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Crews insists the legal battle hasn't hurt his business or his relationship with DFW. He says that he has had offers from Marriott and other "big dogs and cats" to buy his Dallas "territory," but that he hasn't begun to consider their offers. But if he sells his business within 18 months to a board-approved third party, he will receive an additional $250,000, according to the settlement.
"If he moves on, he gets an additional song," Culbreath says. "That was the incentive to get him to move on. If he chooses not to sell, then he stays with DFW. We see him just as a businessman. We don't have no special dislike or no special love."
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