Quicken Loans Arena Gets Renovation Approval Calgary Continues To Explore Flames Arena Project Jets' Johnson On Track To Be U.K. Ambassador USC Rolls Out L.A. Coliseum Upgrade Plans Verizon Improving Wireless At The Brickyard Hornets Expanding Team Store At Arena SoccerCity Petition Gets 100,000 Signatures Braves' First SunTrust Park Homestand Goes Smoothly NFL Draft In Philly Requires Extensive Set Up Bettman: Isles Submitting Belmont Park Arena Plan
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Published June 12, 1996
The newest plan to finance a new Brewers stadium appears to need three more votes to pass the 13-member stadium board (MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL, 6/12)....The NFL's CFO Tom Spock and Roger Goodell, Senior VP of Business and Football Development, will be in Houston Friday to consult with officials on construction of a new football stadium (HOUSTON CHRONICLE, 6/12)....The Redskins unveiled a model of one of 280 executive suites available at their new stadium. The suites include 12 seats facing the field, four stools behind, sofas and swivel arm chairs and will be sold for $59,950 to $159,950 (WASHINGTON TIMES, 6/12)....The Reds have "belatedly" contributed $41,000 to a campaign for the March stadium/sales tax vote (Baltimore SUN, 6/12)....In Tampa, Tom McEwen writes the naming of Tampa Stadium's after Houlihan's is "another reminder the Glazers consider public relations their lowest priority" (TAMPA TRIBUNE, 6/12).