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"Pennant already has over 45 years' experience of working with rail industry partners and we see the sector as an important area for future growth," Pennant Chief Executive Officer Phil Walker said.
Swept in last year's NLCS, the Cubbies have no pennant since 1945 and no World Series championship since 1908.
"I don't look at it as a lesser league," Pennant, 33, told reporters.
The executed agreement almost triples the acreage dedicated to Pennant to about 500,000 acres and results in the addition of investment-grade producers, positioning Pennant to be a most important long-term midstream services provider in the Mahoning Valley.
But Pennant, 32, is now determined to make the most of what is left of his playing career and has set his sights on one last crack at the Premier League.
Bright red and blue pennants create a fun theme for Fourth of July celebrations.
Pennant, 30, has just returned from a woeful three-month loan spell with Championship side Wolves.
Solbakken, who was suffiently pleased with Pennant's acquisition as to allow former Albion midfielder Somen Tchoyi's trial to end without a contract offer, was impressed with the way the 29-year-old finished Saturday's 2-1 defeat at Hudders-field.
But Woods and Jack Hunt also played vital roles by containing Pennant and his fellow wideman Bakary Sako in front of a 16,401 crowd at the John Smith's.
Each hand-made pennant will be brought together and used to decorate the Olympic venues, providing a colourful backdrop to the sporting events on show.
STOKE manager Tony Pulis is hoping Jermaine Pennant has learned his lesson this week after "talking to a bunch of Herberts" on Twitter.
JERMAINE Pennant faces his former club Arsenal today at the top of his game, according to Stoke assistant manager Dave Kemp.
STOKE manager Tony Pulis has warned Jermaine Pennant the club will not break the bank to keep him at the Britannia Stadium.