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SBD/Issue 165/Facilities & Venues
Published May 19, 2005
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FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN: MLS Fire President John Guppy said that half of the 42 luxury suites in the team’s new soccer stadium in Bridgeview (IL) have been sold. The team expects “both the suite sales and corporate sponsorship discussions to pick up as soon as the naming partner is announced.” The stadium is scheduled to open June 1, 2006 (Nathaniel Whalen, DAILY SOUTHTOWN, 5/18).