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15 Things You Need to Know This Morning

15 Things You Need to Know This Morning

Here's Where a Mayweather-Pacquiao Rematch Should be Held

EagleBank CEO Ron Paul, snapped yesterday, looks like he's about to win a title bout with George Mason University president Angel Cabrera, well, except for the fact Angel is smiling. He should be smiling, of course. Patriot Center will be renamed EagleBank Arena, and EagleBank will provide a minimum $6.6 million to George Mason over the coming 10 years, including the right to extend for 10 years more for another $6.6 million. "As a local bank, we are delighted to partner with one of the region’s most prominent universities," Ron said. "In entering into this array of support, EagleBank underscores not only our commitment to Northern Virginia and the region, but also to the creation of a multi-platform alliance that will support education, job growth and future economic prosperity throughout our community." Replied Angel: "This is a landmark moment for George Mason University and EagleBank. Our shared vision goes beyond the financial contribution that will benefit so many people. This is about a relationship between two great institutions that have a stake in the community and are investing in the future for our region."


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