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SMG TO RUN JACKSONVILLE'S SPORTS FACILITIES
Published April 26, 1995
SMG, a public facility management company, announced that the City of Jacksonville has extended its contract for full management of the city's five city-owned sports, entertainment and convention facilities. This new agreement, which runs through 2000, also includes a 5-year option to extend the contract. Among the facilities SMG will manage is the new home of the Jaguars, formerly the Gator Bowl. SMG manages four other NFL stadiums (SMG).