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Topic - Irwin Raij
"We want to present a long-term solution that will keep the Bills in western New York for decades to come," Raij said. "Someone is going to buy the team, and we want them to have the best information available in order to give them confidence in the region and the widespread support the team has in it."
Raij, who led the team that represented Guggenheim Baseball Management in the recent acquisition of the Los Angeles Dodgers, said he would leverage his experience to find a way to keep the Bills from leaving town.