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SAN ANTONIO AND GOLD MINERS WORK OUT DETAILS OF LEASE
Published February 10, 1995
The city of San Antonio and the Sacramento Gold Miners are close to an agreement that would bring the CFL team to the Alamodome, according to this morning's SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS NEWS. Items that need to be settled include a possible "escape clause for the Miners if the team fails to hit projected attendance figures after two years and an escape clause if an NFL team should move to San Antonio." The proposed deal would give the team 50% of concession revenue and 100% of parking revenue for the first year (Tim Griffin, SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS NEWS, 2/10).