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Univ. Of Kentucky Could Install Ribbon Ad Boards At Rupp Arena By Next SeasonPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 22 / 15
Ribbon advertising boards around the second tier of Rupp Arena "could be installed" by the start of the next Univ. of Kentucky men's basketball season, according to Beth Musgrave of the LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER. Learfield Communications "has agreed to give Lexington Center Corp. $800,000 to install t...
Despite a study by Denver-based The Bonham Group saying that the new Mesa, AZ, spring training home of the Cubs would garner $250,000-370,000 annually for naming rights, the city has yet to receive an
Results from a Indianapolis-commissioned survey reveal there "isn''t overwhelming support for some of the tax proposals being considered" for a new Pacers arena, according to Gerry Lanosga of the INDI
Feeling the "community is kicking us out," 49ers President Carmen Policy said yesterday the team may leave San Francisco in 2006 if their stadium and mega-mall initiative fails, according to Edward Ep
Red Sox officials yesterday "downplayed talk of development plans that would greatly expand Fenway Park rather than finding a new site for it," according to Vaillancourt & Cassidy in the BOSTON GLOBE.
In looking at the first "detailed look" at the plans for the 49ers'' proposed stadium and shopping mall, San Francisco''s "fiscal watchdog," budget analyst Harvey Rose, said the plan would "force the
Islanders Owner John Spano said that he met with "potential private-sector investors" last week and now "believes" the team will have a new $180M arena to replace Nassau Coliseum within "three years"
The Bengals have reached $20M in seat license sales, the figure needed to be surpassed by April 30 as part of Hamilton County''s deal to build the team a new stadium, according to Anne Michaud in the
"Under pressure from Boston Mayor Thomas Menino," the Red Sox are developing plans to build a new stadium on the current site of Fenway Park, according to Vaillancourt & Phillips in a front-page featu
The Tigers have secured a $145M multi-bank loan to finance the development of the new Tiger Stadium. Detroit- based Comerica Bank is the lead-lender of twelve banks involved in the financing, with add
In a "major blow" to plans for a new Patriots stadium in South Boston, the U.S. Army said Thursday it will not give up a "key" five-acre parcel in the area that is part of the 27-acre site the MA Port