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Ep. 273 – Charlie Hildbold (SVP Ticket Ops, IFL Texas Revolution)

From the first moment that Charlie Hildbold walked into the indoor football league franchise in Allen, Texas, he has been fighting to keep the franchise alive. Hildbold talks about the early days of the former IFL Allen Wranglers, where NFL Wide Receiver Terrell Owens played for half a summer and the corporate sponsors were trying to revolt. Hildbold talks about the Wranglers franchise folding and the birth of the IFL Texas Revolution, which has improved on several of the issues that the Wranglers could not seem to control. Twitter: @CharlieHildbold

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