Talk:SMG (property management)

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Created article[edit]

I created this article. Sounds like a big company, so I'm surprised the article didn't already exist.

The second sentence is a copyvio from their website. Not being a business major, I'm not exactly sure what a general partnership is, so can someone who knows a little more please rewrite it? More info on the history is sorely needed, too.

The list of managed properties is copied from several sections of their site. I do not consider it a copyvio as it is just a list of properties and cities. Maybe it is, or maybe it isn't but it's not appropriate for the article. I vote that it is, as it shows just how much of a reach they have. Wiki links to each of the properties would probably be a good idea (and also to each city and state). Unfortunately, that is going to be a time-consuming project. I wonder if a bot could pick up on this article and search for matching articles to link to. The reverse may be useful as well: on each of the properties' articles, put a note that it is managed by SMG (like I did with the Sullivan Arena article).

The stuff is out there--now, I'll wait for it to be mercilessly edited. :-)

cluth 13:41, 5 March 2006 (UTC)

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The result of the debate was Move Duja 12:05, 27 October 2006 (UTC)


Spectacor Management GroupSMG (property management) — The company itself no longer uses the Spectacor name, much as SAT no longer stands for anything either. Croctotheface 08:50, 21 October 2006 (UTC)

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  • Support per my own nomination. :) Croctotheface 08:50, 21 October 2006 (UTC)
  • Support, despite the need for disambiguation at the new name. =( It looks like they started using SMG alone when they were bought out. Powers T 01:47, 23 October 2006 (UTC)

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