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NCAA NAMES FINALISTS FOR SEARCH FOR NEW HOME
Published December 13, 1996
The NCAA selected Dallas/Ft. Worth, Denver, Indianapolis and Kansas City as finalists in its review of potential locations for the NCAA's headquarters facility. The NCAA is currently located in Overland Park, KS. The four cities were chosen from a list of ten which included Atlanta, Charlotte, Houston, Orlando, Phoenix and San Antonio. NCAA Exec Dir Cedric Dempsey said the proposals from the finalists stood out because of "cost of operation and quality of environment." Site visits to the four cities are planned for after the first of the year. Recommendations are expected to come in the spring of '97 with a decision to follow shortly thereafter (NCAA).