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Bucs' Bryan Glazer, Rays' Stuart Sternberg, Lightning's Jeff Vinik to appear at Poynter Institute

Jeff Vinik, left, Bryan Glazer, center, and Stuart Sternberg, right. [Times files]

Jeff Vinik, left, Bryan Glazer, center, and Stuart Sternberg, right. [Times files]

Owners of Tampa Bay's three major pro sports franchises — the Bucs' Bryan Glazer, the Rays' Stuart Sternberg and the Lightning's Jeff Vinik — will speak on business trends and issues in sports at 7 p.m. Feb. 29 at the Poynter Institute for Media Studies in St. Petersburg. The event, held in conjunction with the Associated Press Sports Editors, is open to the public with tickets available for $75 at www.poynter.org/sports. Poynter, a journalism school and strategy center, owns the Tampa Bay Times.

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