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Under The Dome: Syracuse Negotiating For New Venue Naming-Rights Deal With Carrier

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 27 / 16

Syracuse "asking for more money from Carrier Corp. in order to keep the heating-and-cooling company’s name" on the school's domed stadium, according to Soshnick & Novy-Williams of BLOOMBERG NEWS. Before the 50,000-seat stadium opened in '80, then-Carrier CEO Mel Holm gave $2.75M to SU in "...

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