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Scottrade Center Renovations To Be On Display During Blues Game

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 20 / 17

The first phase of renovations to Scottrade Center -- $34M worth -- "will be on display" during tonight's Blue Jackets-Blues preseason game. The upgrades "touched on many aspects in the building, including new restrooms, three new concession stands, new LED lighting, a new sound system" and many "le...

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