Featured Story

College Bowl Season Set To Begin, Including New Game In Montgomery

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 19 / 14

The ’14-15 college bowl season kicks off tomorrow with five games. Financial documents filed this summer by New Orleans Bowl Inc. indicated that last year's R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl generated $3.77M in revenue, with 58% of that via ticket sales. Last year's game drew its third straigh...

Read More

More Stories

07/02/96
REDS' RIVERFRONT RENOVATION WOULD MEAN TAX ROLLBACK

If the Reds choose to renovate Riverfront Stadium instead of building a new ballpark, Hamilton County residents would receive a sales-tax rollback, according to the CINCINNATI BUSINESS COURIER. County

Tags: Cincinnati Reds, Facilities

07/02/96
STADIUM NOTES

Joe Robbie Stadium President Bob Kramm says that American Airlines and Huizenga Holdings are "on course" to rename the facility. American Airlines Stadium or American Airlines Joe Robbie Stadium are p

Tags: American Airlines, Facilities, New York Islanders, Palace Sports & Entertainment, Tampa Bay Lightning, Tampa Bay Rays

07/01/96
MIAMI FORGES AHEAD WITH NEW ARENA PLANS

The Miami City Commission has agreed to back the construction of a new Biscayne Bay arena for the Heat by pledging $9M toward the project, according to the MIAMI HERALD. The vote came despite threaten

Tags: Facilities, Miami Heat

07/01/96
MOYNIHAN ALTERS BILL TO EASE PROTEST OVER TAX-FREE FINANCING

U.S. Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-NY) has moved to ease "howls of protest" over the retroactive June 14 effective date of his "Stop Tax-Exempt Arena Debt Issuance Act" by providing transition relie

Tags: Facilities

07/01/96
EXPECTATIONS LOW FOR DELAYED PA TASK-FORCE REPORT

Eagles and Phillies officials are "not optimistic" that a Sports and Exposition Facilities Task Force report commissioned by PA Gov. Tom Ridge will recommend the state pay "for even" 50% of the cost o

Tags: Facilities, Philadelphia Eagles, Philadelphia Phillies

07/01/96
KINGS, LAKERS AGREE TO SHARE NEW ARENA

Kings Owners Philip Anschutz and Edward Roski and Lakers Owner Jerry Buss have reached a final agreement on sharing a new 20,000-seat arena to be completed by September ''99. The facility will be part

Tags: AEG, Facilities, Los Angeles Lakers

07/01/96
VIRGINIA LOOKS TO PRIVATE SECTOR FOR BALLPARK SITES

Having "whiffed" in its attempt to invite local governments to submit sites for a new ballpark, the Virginia Baseball Stadium Authority will now accept offers from the private sector with ground rules

Tags: Facilities

07/01/96
LOCAL ARCHITECTS WANT TO EXTEND RAVENS STADIUM TO WATERFRONT

A group of local Baltimore architects are pushing for the Ravens stadium to be extended several blocks to the south in order to create a second downtown waterfront, according to the Baltimore SUN. The

Tags: Baltimore Orioles, Baltimore Ravens, Facilities

07/01/96
STADIUM NOTES

A county plan soliciting developers to replace Nassau Coliseum acknowledges that selling naming rights is a possibility -- as long as "Veterans Memorial" remains a part of the title. Spectator Managem

Tags: Facilities, Golden State Warriors, HNTB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

06/28/96
MOYNIHAN PROPOSAL UNSETTLING TO CLEVELAND

The proposal from Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-NY) that would prohibit state and local governments from issuing tax- exempt bonds to build stadiums "worries Cleveland officials" because the financi

Tags: Facilities

Video Powered By - Castfire CMS Powered By - Sitecore

Report a Bug