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Madison Square Garden acquires a chief strategist

World News
October 1, 2018


New York’s Madison Square Garden (cap. 19,000) has named former local government official Richard Constable as its new chief strategist to oversee the company’s public affairs.

In the newly-created role, executive vice-president and global head of government relations and public affairs, Constable – who has served in various state roles in New Jersey – will report to CEO Jim Dolan.

“Richard’s tremendous skills, insights and relationships will prove immediately valuable to MSG as we seek to enhance and grow our business,” says Dolan.

Recent concerts at the arena include Paul Simon, Drake and Billy Joel.

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