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34 The program also received a new opening and theme song, "Winning isn't Everything performed by Lynyrd Skynyrd.
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He sold half of the company in 2010 to Rick Harrison for 155,000, so that the shop could handle orders of his merchandise more efficiently.
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21 The network concurred, believing that name to be more pleasing and easily remembered.
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