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Jerry Jones Meets With HOF Board To Review Strategic Plan


IRVING, Texas – Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones stopped in Canton, Ohio, on Tuesday to tour the Pro Football Hall of Fame after meeting with Hall of Fame board members and senior management to review major elements of the Hall's strategic plan for the future.

Jones, who chairs the league's Hall of Fame committee and serves on the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Board of Trustees, spoke with board members about the completion of the largest-ever expansion and renovation of the Hall of Fame facilities, as well as promoting the Hall of Fame's 50th Anniversary and discussing plans for increasing national media coverage of the annual enshrinement activities and enshrinee selection.

The Cowboys' owner will return in August for the Hall of Fame's Annual Board of Trustees meeting and to present Class of 2013 enshrinee Larry Allen.

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