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Vikings Debut At U.S. Bank Stadium Without Major Issues, But Still Areas For ImprovementPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 29 / 16
The Vikings yesterday hosted the Chargers in their first game at U.S. Bank Stadium, and sold a "reported 66,143 tickets, a record for a Vikings home game, although many of the building’s 66,200 purple seats appeared to be open," according to a front-page piece by Rochelle Olson of the Min...
After seeing their seats for the first time at an open- house Thursday, "several hundred" Ravens fans "have asked the team to move them to a new location," according to Jon Morgan of the Baltimore SUN
The Pirates'' new ballpark "will be named after a Fortune 500 company with operations in Pittsburgh, according to a letter from the team." MLB Commissioner Bud Selig will be in Pittsburgh''s Clemente
An "unwritten rule" that lets fans "avoid the high price of Veterans Stadium beer is under review" by Philadelphia Mayor Ed Rendell''s office, according to Don Russell of the PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS.
Mayor Susan Golding and the Padres "hammered out a probable ballpark deal during private talks" Friday, according to Philip LaVelle of the SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE. Golding said that "all major stickin
NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue said he was "very concerned about the Patriots" and their stadium situation, according to Nick Cafardo of the BOSTON GLOBE. Tagliabue: "My concern is that there is a su
Lions Vice Chair Bill Ford said that he "would like" the team to be playing in its new downtown stadium in 2000, but added that he "doesn''t think that is realistic." The team is in the beginning stag
In Denver, stadium backers on Monday will turn in 50,000 signatures on petitions seeking a vote on a $260M subsidy for a new Broncos stadium. Citizens for a New Stadium needs 28,700 valid signatures t
Ascent Entertainment Group has completed its "revolutionary financing plan" for the $165M Pepsi Center, raising $139.8M using revenue-backed securities due in 2019, according to Al Lewis of the ROCKY
Patriots Owner Robert Kraft defends his proposal for a new stadium in an op-ed in the BOSTON GLOBE titled, "Blame The Speaker For Stadium Stalemate." Kraft: "Due to what can best be described as short
The Padres and San Diego city officials have "reverted to familiar roles -- as adversaries in a struggle" over the memo of understanding on the proposed new $411M ballpark plan, according to LaVelle &