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Falcons add four limited partners to ownership group

The Atlanta Falcons announced on Tuesday the addition of four new limited partners to the team's ownership group, following approval by all 32 owners during this week's league spring meetings in Nashville.

The quartet includes Rosalind Brewer, Dominique Dawes, Will Packer and Rashaun Williams, pending final closing of the agreements.

"Roz, Dominique, Will and Rashaun are impressive leaders who have made an impact in a variety of enterprises, while also building histories of success making a difference in the world around them and positively impacting people in ways that align very well with our Core Values," Falcons' principal owner and chairman Arthur M. Blank said in a statement on the additions. "Each brings unique talent, experience and perspective to our ownership group so I'm excited to have them on board as limited partners and to tapping their vast expertise in finding ways to continue building the Atlanta Falcons and making an even bigger difference in our community."

Rosalind Brewer is a corporate executive who has served as president and CEO of Walgreen Boots Alliance, Inc., COO of Starbucks Corporation and president and CEO of Sam's Club. Dominique Dawes is a three-time Olympic gymnast who won gold in the team event at the 1996 Olympics, and is now owner and CEO of her own gymnastics academy.

Will Packer is an Emmy-nominated filmmaker and producer whose movies have grossed more than $1 billion worldwide, and founded his own eponymously named production company. Rashaun Williams is a family office investor, venture capitalist and financial literacy activist with over 170 investments to his name.