|In addition to owning the NFL's Cleveland Browns, Dee Haslam is also the co-owner and CEO of Pilot Flying J corporation with husband Jimmy Haslam III.|
|July 15 1954|
|Knoxville, Tennessee, U.S..]]|
|University of Tennessee|
| Co-Majority Owner, Cleveland Browns |
CEO Pilot Flying J corporation, philanthrpist
|Jimmy Haslam III (1976–present)|
|3: Jim, Whitney and Cynthia|
|Knoxville, Tennessee, U.S.|
|Ross Bagwell, Sr. and Sue Birchfield Bagwell|
Susan Bagwell "Dee" Haslam (born July 15, 1954) is an American businesswoman and part owner of the Pilot Flying J corporate truck stop/gasoline station chain who, in August 2012, along with husband and Pilot Flying J CEO Jimmy Haslam III,, became the co-majority owner of the Cleveland Browns upon final close and the NFL's official approval of the team's sale on October 25, 2012. Her father in-law, fellow businessman James Haslam, Jr. founded the Pilot Flying J company in 1958 as the Pilot Oil Corporation.
In additon to her stake in the Browns and Pilot Flying J, Dee is also and the CEO and executive producer of the RIVR Media Companies,. an American-based TV production company, specializing in reality and documentary programming. RIVR is responsible for such notable cable TV programs as Whale Wars, Trading Spaces, Fat Guys in the Woods, Renovation Realities, Friday Night Impossible with Jerry Rice, Escaping Polygamy, Going RV, Great American Heroes featuring Trace Adkins, and Run My Renovation.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Birth reference results for Susan Bagwell Haslam. FamilySearch.org.
- ↑ Jimmy Haslam is new Cleveland Browns owner after unanimous approval by NFL, by Mary Kay Cabot, The Plain Dealer, Cleveland.com, October 16, 2012, Cleveland Live LLC, first accessed October 17, 2012, quote=The sale will close Oct. 25, and Lerner will retain a 30 percent stake for four years.
- ↑ Zest for life should serve new owner Jimmy Haslam well with Browns, by Marla Ridenour, October 14, 2012, Ohio.com, from the Akron Beacon Journal, accessed October 14, 2012, quote:Randy Lerner’s sale of the Browns to Haslam is expected to be approved by a vote of NFL owners in Chicago on Tuesday, then there will be a waiting period as the reported $1 billion deal closes..
- ↑ Knoxville News Sentinel Task (December 23, 2008). 'Whale Wars' pays off for Rivr Media.