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Ballpark

Informal; an estimate. For example, when analysts are in the process of determining a company's earnings, they may release a "ballpark" as they continue their calculations.
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We know consumers think jerky can be too tough," said Timothy Smith, vice president of marketing for jerky, Ball Park brand.
We couldn't be more proud to align our brand with 42 and celebrate the life of Robinson while also rewarding our fans," said Timothy Smith, Vice President of Marketing, Ball Park brand.
Clearly, Ball Park does wish it was an Oscar Mayer wiener, since we are America's favorite hot dog brand," he wrote.
The suit claims Oscar Mayer is presenting a taste superiority claim against the entire line of Ball Park branded hot dogs--this is both false and misleading to consumers," Sara Lee said.
I will say 'these are the ones in our ball park, these are the ones below it and these are the ones that are above it'.
MORE EVIDENCE THAT WE NEED not less but smarter, tougher regulation comes from the case of the Ball Park frankfurters.
Together, the group of women own 25,000 shares of Sara Lee common stock, a company that delivers big brand names such as Coach bags, L'eggs pantyhose, Playtex bras, Champion sports equipment, Hanes underwear, Jimmy Dean sausages and Ball Park franks.
We solve the equations, plug in numbers and get results in the right ball park.
13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- More than 3,200 Ball Park Park's Finest(TM) frankfurters later, a new GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title was set for the Longest barbecue marathon by a team as the Ball Park[sup.
Tenders are invited for Removing the existing baseball field lighting and installing new field lighting at the large ball park (one field) located at themoore road ballpark off of moore road in Paradise, Ca
The top two brands, Sara Lee's Ball Park and Kraft Foods' Oscar Mayer, account for more than one-third of the category, so it was not surprising that since these brands were flat the category didn't move much.
Furcal's three-run double was the signature moment in a five-run seventh inning, and the Dodgers rode that rally to a 10-4 victory over the Cincinnati Reds in front of 25,127 Tuesday at Great American Ball Park.