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07-07-2009, 01:39 PM
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Ted Leonsis' contact info?

If I remember correctly, didn't Ted Leonsis make his email address available to the public and encourage fans of the team to write him with comments/complaints/compliments/whatever? I've checked both the Washington Capitals' website and the Ted's Take blog (and all of my STH emails), but can't find any contact information.

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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07-07-2009, 01:52 PM
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There's an email address at the bottom of his bio on the Caps site, at the end of Owner's Corners, etc.

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Awesome. Thanks for the help!

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TeddySpin@aol.net

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McPhee's email in case anyone is interested: thedefenseisfine@aol.net

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McPhee's email in case anyone is interested: thedefenseisfine@aol.net

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omg, old people are still using AOL and it pisses me off.. get rid of AOL already, jeez! YOU'VE GOT MAIL

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Based on what's I've read on the new boards in the past couple days, that would be accurate.

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omg, old people are still using AOL and it pisses me off.. get rid of AOL already, jeez! YOU'VE GOT MAIL
He uses it because he is the Vice Chairman of AOL, one of the most important in it's history.

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From '94-'97, Leonsis helped increase AOL's membership from fewer than 800,000 members to 8 million. Revenue also increased from $100 million to $1.5 billion.
http://www.usatoday.com/sports/comment/jzcol42.htm

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i had a feeling he was working for them but AOL just sucks now and is really good for nothing except people are locked in with their email from dial-up days and do not want to give it up. AOL cd's back in the day could be found everywhere, giving people 1-3 months free. It was an awesome promotion that probably was the reason for most of the business.

Here are 101 uses for AOL discs
http://www.spiritone.com/~english/humour/aolcd.html

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Originally Posted by USA Today
From '94-'97, Leonsis helped increase AOL's membership from fewer than 800,000 members to 8 million. Revenue also increased from $100 million to $1.5 billion.

http://www.usatoday.com/sports/comment/jzcol42.htm
That was 94-97, when there was nothing else on the internet. As soon as choices became available, everyone ditched AOL.
Not only that, but it was impossible to get out of AOL membership.
And most recently, they are still pulling shady tricks on members:

http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/...e-pay-accounts

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i just remembered this great video of someone trying to cancel their AOL account:

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"Zweig said that he was not the only former Time Warner employee who's gotten these phone calls from Kafka."

Talk about a Kafkaesque nightmare ! No.....anyone.....I'll stop typing now.

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No argument here on AOL sucking and why they had so much success in the 90s. Just explaining why Ted is about the only person on the planet still using it.

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You can also reach Mr. Leonsis thru Facebook.. He's always responded to any msg I've sent him there

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another article to forward ??

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