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Published August 7, 2008
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Parking Garage For Plans Around Wrigley Field
SIGNED, SEALED, DELIVERED: Digital phone service provider Vonage has inked a multi-year deal with the NJSEA to become the first of two planned Legacy Partners of the Izod Center. The deal was coordinated by Nets Sports & Entertainment and includes entitlement rights to the Vonage Concourse and in-arena signage, including on the rotating box office LED (Vonage).
LAKE LIVING: The Indians and nonprofit Gateway Economic Development Corp., which owns Progressive Field, have reached a deal that will keep the team at the ballpark "until at least 2023." Terms of the deal will be "unchanged." The team pays Gateway for its "share of operating expenses, as well as for capital repairs up to $500,000 each" (Cleveland PLAIN DEALER, 8/7).