1103 results found for: subject:"Wimbledon Championships"

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1989 Oct.

All England Club and HBO contract

Contract draft for the agreement between the All England Club and Home Box Office for television rights to Wimbledon.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1989 Oct. 4

All England Club and NBC contract

Draft of a contract between the All England Club and NBC Sports for television rights to the Wimbledon Championships.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1983 Mar. 9

McCormack, Mark H.

Broadcasting schedule for Wimbledon 1983

Broadcasting times and ratings for Wimbledon.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1984 July 5

Montres Rolex S.A.

Everyone at Wimbledon now uses a Rolex

Advertisement for Rolex watches.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1984 Nov.

Expense breakdown for Wimbledon promotion and advertisement paid by Renown for 1984

List of expenses for Wimbledon promotion and advertisement paid by Renown for 1984. Amounts are broken down into television advertisement, magazine advertisement, and Wimbledon Junior Tennis Championships. It is noted that these amounts are approximate.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1982 Nov. 11

Egan, Sally Anne

Fax from Ally Anne Egan to Mark H. McCormack

Concerning the Avon/Wimbledon Marquee.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1987 Sept. 29

Robbins, Aynie

Fax from Ayn Robbins to Mark H. McCormack

Ayn Robbins updates McCormack on how things are going at the apartment and on items concerning the office. She notes that she is faxing a letter from Brian Avnet, explains Helene Obolensky's situation regarding a legal entanglement she is presently in, and informs him of a change in lunch plans with Mr. Groves. She also indicates that Mr. Morita's secretary called wanting to know where Lisa Bonder is,... more

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1987 Sept. 25

Robbins, Aynie

Fax from Ayn Robbins to Sarah Wooldridge

Ayn Robbins sends Sarah Wooldridge a Pat Cash/Wimbledon Footage memo from Betsy Goff and a Warner Audio of HBS memo from Angela Miller to pass along to McCormack. Attached memo from Betsy Goff explains that Chesebrough-Pond's is developing a new perfume and that their agency, Oglivy & Mather would like to produce television spots using a segment of Pat Cash after his Wimbledon victory. Goff indicates ... more

Mark H. McCormack Papers