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Sporty wines raise money for charity
Rocky Mountain News - Denver, CO, USA - Raise your glass for a good cause. And your favorite athlete.

In an unusual and surprisingly successful blend of sports and retail philanthropy, a wine company is launching its second vintage of athlete-endorsed wines that raise money for charity.

Since 2007, Boston-based Charity Wines has raised more than $400,000 for various causes through sales of wines bearing the images of athletes such as Manny Ramirez, Cam Neely and Dan Marino.

This year, the company will introduce several dozen new baseball-themed wines, including Santana's Select Merlot (New York's Johan Santana), Cabernet Glavingnon (Atlanta's Tom Glavine) and Vintage Papi (Boston's David Ortiz).

Each bottle sold generates
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Celebrities : Manny Ramirez, Cam Neely, Dan Marino
Categories : Celebrity Causes, Celebrity News, Celebrity Advertising News, Celebrity Endorsement News
Posted 3/26/2008 05:03:19 AM | Permalink
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With draft looming, Bruins prez Cam Neely chimes in on a number of subjects
Boston Herald
LAS VEGAS — Bruins president Cam Neely was in Sin City for yesterday's NHL Board of Governors meeting and he stopped to chat with a couple of reporters before the league's awards show last night, weighing in on a number of subjects. Neely will head ...

Burrards drop third straight game
Maple Ridge News
The Burrards play the Adanacs in Coquitlam on Tuesday, then host Victoria on Friday at Cam Neely Arena. The Burrards conclude the regular season on July 24 in New Westminster against the Salmonbellies. All games are at 7:30 p.m.. Burrards GM Lance ...

The Boston Globe

NHL salary cap rises $5 million
The Boston Globe
Bruins president Cam Neely, who represented the team in the meeting, said the club pegged its spending around a slightly smaller number — likely $78 million, a figure projected for weeks as the low-water mark for 2018-19. The cap last season was $75 ...

Sportsnet.ca

Down Goes Brown: Six times an NHL team had to trade a star and won
Sportsnet.ca
After becoming a star with Brett Hull on his wing in St. Louis, he went to Boston and teamed with Cam Neely on the way to a career-year in 1992-93; his 97 assists that year were the most ever recorded by someone other than Wayne Gretzky, Mario Lemieux ...

Editor In Leaf

Toronto Maple Leafs Defensive Search: Matt Grzelcyk
Editor In Leaf
At the end of the day, Cam Neely and his front office can't expect an arm and a leg for a depth defenseman. My prediction is that Kyle Dubas would likely have to put with a third round pick and a AHLer. Perhaps, Dubas sends next year's third round pick ...

The Boston Globe

Bruins catch some breaks in 2018-19 schedule
The Boston Globe
They held up well until finishing the year 1-3-1, falling out of the top spot in the Eastern Conference. Casualties included Rick Nash (concussion) and Brandon Carlo (ankle), the latter left behind for the playoffs. Team president Cam Neely said ...

The Vineyard Gazette - Martha's Vineyard News

Holiday in Aquinnah: Why Leave Town at All?
The Vineyard Gazette - Martha's Vineyard News
Only thing is, we have to be quiet when he goes past Cam Neely's house.” (Mr. Neely, the former Boston Bruin and hockey hall of famer, does indeed own a home in Aquinnah.) With remarks finished, Mr. Murphy bestowed the honorable distinction of grand ...

The Boston Globe

Bruins' brass in Los Angeles to meet with John Tavares
The Boston Globe
Bruins president Cam Neely, general manager Don Sweeney, and coach Bruce Cassidy were in Los Angeles Tuesday, ready to make their pitch to prized free agent John Tavares, a Bruins official said. The Maple Leafs and Islanders presented their cases ...

The Boston Globe

Will the Bruins add a bigger lefthanded-shooting defenseman in free agency?
The Boston Globe
“In an ideal world,” noted team president Cam Neely, “if you can find a guy that can skate and retrieve pucks and is a big body on the back end, that is what we would love to have.” Make that the Bruins and the rest of the wild and wonderful Original ...
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