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White Sox Mocked Online For New Naming-Rights Deal With Mortgage Lender Guaranteed RatePublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 25 / 16
The White Sox yesterday announced a 13-year naming-rights agreement with mortgage lender Guaranteed Rate, which will see the ballpark "undergo a name change Nov. 1 from U.S. Cellular Field to Guaranteed Rate Field," according to a front-page piece by Chris Kuc of the CHICAGO TRIBUNE. Sprint "bought ...
Including the new $425M football stadium, a newly approved $417M baseball ballpark, the $100M overhaul of Key Arena and $50M in planned upgrades to the Univ. of WA basketball facility, close to $1B "h
Rooftop spectators of Wrigley Field in Chicago "would be required to pay the city amusement tax under a new plan to license and regulate" the view. The proposal would have rooftop spot owners "make st
With less than a week left before voters in the Triad area will decide whether they want to help pay for a new ballpark, "the pro-stadium campaign has tightened the race dramatically," according to Da
"Concerned about the intense political maneuvering over whether -- and where -- to build a new stadium" for the Yankees, team Owner George Steinbrenner will not make a decision about the ball club''s
MCI Center Exec VP Wes Unseld said that DC officials "were aware" of an agreement between the city and the MCI Center under which the city paid for DC police being used for security and crowd control.
The Washington, DC, Police Department has paid $800,000 in overtime to officers handling security and crowd control outside the new MCI Center. In DC, Cheryl Thompson writes that an agreement between
Restauranteurs Larry and Mark Levy, whose company Levy Enterprises (LE) "supplies premium concessions" to skyboxes, luxury suites and private clubs in sports arenas around the country, are profiled by
First Union Corp. completed its $19.7B takeover of CoreStates Financial Corp. yesterday. But First Union officials "aren''t confirming" reports that the CoreStates Center will be renamed the First Uni
The Tigers and Lions have worked out a deal to "share parking spaces and revenues for their future side-by-side downtown stadiums," according to Patricia Montemurri of the DETROIT FREE PRESS. The deal
NJ Gov. Christie Whitman said that her administration is "not conducting hush-hush talks" with Yankees Owner George Steinbrenner about moving the franchise to the state, according to Tom Hester of the