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Valero Alamo Bowl names new leadership for 2018

bizjournals Wednesday, 18 April 2018
San Antonio’s Valero Alamo Bowl has put in place new leadership to oversee its 2018 post-season football game and associated events.  Organizers of the annual game have named Michael Kiolbassa to succeed Mike Chapman as chairman of its board of Directors. Kiolbassa is president of Kiolbassa Provision Co., an Alamo City-based company founded by his grandparents in 1949. Kiolbassa has overseen the transformation of the meat company from a small family business to one of the largest sausage manufacturers…
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