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Bristol Motor Speedway Forms Priority Points Program For Tickets To Football GamePublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 01 / 15
Guaranteed deposits for the Battle at Bristol college football game currently are only available for Bristol Motor Speedway season-ticket holders, but the track yesterday announced that beginning July 1, single-event ticket holders "will be able to make nonguaranteed deposits" for the remaining se...
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As San Diego looks to finalize a $18M naming rights deal from Qualcomm Corp., stadium expansion opponents "are moving" to appeal last week''s court decision that "cleared the way" for the project to c
In Seattle, a TIMES editorial calls WA Governor Gary Locke''s new stadium plan "credible, compelling," adding, "Locke''s plan is a creative funding scheme that puts the burden of public support on spo
The MLB Giants "unveiled design touches to Pacific Bell Park yesterday and reported strong sales of seat licenses," according to Edward Epstein of the S.F. CHRONICLE. Design refinements include a "hug
San Diego Mayor Susan Golding yesterday announced that the city and telecom company Qualcomm "have a deal" to put Qualcomm''s name on Jack Murphy Stadium, according to Barry Bloom in the SAN DIEGO UNI
The winner of the bidding war for Madison Square Garden "will walk away with a hidden jewel: a giant property tax break worth more than $100 million over the next decade," according to Douglas Feiden
Negotiators for the Heat and Dade County, FL, have "yet to agree on the final terms of the $165 million deal," and "construction of the arena might begin next fall, not this summer, as team executives
"For now, plans for an entertainment center next to an uptown arena are dead," according to Ames Alexander of the CHARLOTTE OBSERVER. That "shaves the public cost of the proposed project by about $9 m
While a reworked version of a Twins ballpark plan presented yesterday no longer included a $100M retractable- roof, legislators'' "appetite remained small for what now looks like $260 million of publi
WA Governor Gary Locke released a new financing plan Friday for a proposed 72,000-seat football stadium on the current site of the Kingdome, according to Almond & Schaefer in the SEATTLE TIMES. Locke'
In recent interviews with more than 40 residents of Charlotte, Ames Alexander of the CHARLOTTE OBSERVER found people don''t support the plan for a new uptown arena for the Hornets because "they resent