Staples Center: Ads for the Staples Center are removed

Staples Center: Ads for the Staples Center are removed

Ads for Staples Center, the home of the Staples College Basketball Tournament, have been removed by a third party vendor.

The Staples Center has been the subject of an ongoing controversy since March after an incident involving a video game console, a video on a basketball court, and a poster in the center of the arena.

The Staples Center was purchased by the NBA from Microsoft in April 2020.

The new advertisements are only in place for one week, and no tickets have been purchased for those who have bought tickets to the event.

The incident happened when a poster of the 2016 game of the NBA All-Star Game was seen on a court in the Staples Arena during a game between the Miami Heat and New Orleans Pelicans.

The poster, which had the words “Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Philadelphia 76ers” emblazoned on it, was later removed by the Staples center and removed from the Staples arena’s website.

“We are working to make this right, and apologize for any inconvenience that this may have caused,” the company wrote in a statement.

“Staples Center is committed to creating a welcoming environment for all, and this is something we are committed to do.

We are reviewing all advertising with the Center and the vendors to determine the best way to move forward.

As a result of the recent incident, we are taking this action and will take steps to make sure the poster is removed from our website and all other advertising that may have been in place prior to the incident.

The entire Staples Center team will be working closely with the NBA and the NBAPA as they work to determine what further steps may be needed to resolve this matter.”

In addition to the Staples advertisement, the company said in a press release that a third-party vendor was notified of the issue on March 8.

The company said the third party was notified to take down the advertising, which was not identified in the release.

“The Staples center ad is removed because it does not violate any policies of the company,” the release said.

“All of our advertisers are working diligently to make their businesses as safe and secure as possible, and will continue to take any necessary action to improve the security and security of our advertising.

We will continue our efforts to make the center safer.”

The Staples ad is the latest in a string of complaints about the Staples Centers advertising and merchandise policies.

In June, a group of disgruntled fans staged a protest at the Staples Events Center over its policy of not requiring them to wear the Staples logo on their shirts.

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