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Credit Card Processor First Data Lands Naming Rights To Mets' Spring Training ComplexPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 23 / 17
The Mets have signed a 10-year naming-rights agreement with credit card processor First Data for the club’s Spring Training facility in Port St. Lucie, Fla. What was Tradition Field will now be known as First Data Field. Financial terms were not disclosed, but such recent deals have often reac...
With just a month to go before the Raiders'' home exhibition opener, about 5,000 seat license holders have yet to renew their tickets, which could bring the number of season-ticket holders who have fo
The Bucs have sold out all luxury suites at the new Raymond James Stadium. Of the 163 leased suites, more than 80% signed 10-year contracts, with the rest leased for six and seven years. Five of the s
All indications are that Hamilton County voters this November "will be able to cast ballots in the long-running baseball stadium debate," according to Lucy May of the CINCINNATI ENQUIRER. Proponents o
In Boston, Will McDonough reported that the two-year- old FleetCenter "will be getting a facelift in the near future," including plans for a hotel plus office and retail space. Bruins Owner Jerry Jaco
The Islanders have purchased a new $3M Sony JumboTron large screen display system that will be installed in Nassau Coliseum this season. The scoreboard will then be reinstalled in the team''s new aren
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TX-based HKS will be the architect of record for the downtown Dallas sports arena. The Dallas Arena Group also selected two Dallas minority-owned businesses, Johnson/McKibben Architects Inc., and Cama
Oakland and Alameda County will "probably have to come up" with $10.5M apiece to subsidize their jointly owned sports complex this year, according to Rick DelVecchio of the S.F. CHRONICLE. A new $39.3
Hamilton County officials on Thursday "scored" a $60M state funding commitment for the new Bengals stadium, "several million more dollars than they had budgeted," according to Lucy May of the CINCINNA
Coors has become the first official founding partner of the Pepsi Center, scheduled to open in October of ''99. Terms of the deal were not disclosed (Coors). Coors will be one of the arena''s four fou