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Univ. Of Louisville Amends Lease With KFC Yum! Center Drawing Mixed Reactions

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 21 / 17

The Univ. of Louisville's amended lease agreement with the KFC Yum! Center "includes a new annual payment" of $2.42M in addition to the $1.3-1.8M per year the university already pays" to use the arena, according to a front-page piece by Schneider & Greer of the Louisville COURIER-JOURNAL. Under ...

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