Chargers Staying In San Diego Next Year Lammi Sports Buys Wisconsin Athletic HOF Sharks On Verge Of 10th Straight Non-Sellout Great American Ball Park Seats Replaced Cheap Senators Considering Moving To New Arena Costs Rise For Univ. of Colorado Stadium Oilers Fire Coach, Front Office Taking Heat Brewers Announce Creation Of "Selig Experience" Red Sox COO Kennedy Talks Winter Classic Lightning's Vinik Buys More Land In Tampa
Published December 1, 1995
A design team from HKS Inc. of Dallas was chosen to design the new stadium for the Brewers. HKS was selected over HOK Sports Facilities of K.C. Gabe Paul, Brewers VP/Stadium Operations, said the design will begin "taking shape in a month or two" (MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL, 12/1)....Without NHL hockey, Hamilton Ontario's Copps Coliseum costs taxpayers close to $400,000 a year. That has left "some feeling the facility is a failure" (HAMILTON SPECTATOR, 12/1)....Suite sales in Nashville for the Oilers will go on sale Monday, with an annual price tag of $50,000-125,000. Once a suite is sold, an owner must sign a five-, seven-, or ten-year lease (NASHVILLE TENNESSEAN, 12/1).