Warriors Hold Lavish Arena Groundbreaking Glen Taylor Commits $9M More To Arena Upgrades Braves Moving Spring Home To Sarasota County Seattle Mayor Arranging Talks With NHL, NBA Facility Notes Braves Pursuing Palm Beach County ST Complex Target Field Debt Being Paid Off Early FAA Approves Inglewood Stadium Project Goldman Committed To Financing Raiders' Vegas Venue Broncos Continue Search For Venue Naming-Rights
Published January 23, 1998
CO Gov. Ray Romer "threw his support Thursday behind holding an election in May" to build a new stadium for the Broncos. It was the first time Romer has spoken openly of his support for a stadium tax (ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS, 1/23). ...The Univ. of Pittsburgh said that it wanted to sell corporate naming rights to the $52M convocation center and its 12,500-seat arena "as part of a plan to finance the new building." They are also considering selling marketing rights inside the arena (POST-GAZETTE, 1/22)....The AAA Oklahoma RedHawks have signed a seven-year deal with Southwestern Bell to name their new $29M park, Southwestern Bell Park. Terms were not disclosed (OKLAHOMAN, 1/21).