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HKS putting its Final Four experience to work in Minneapolis

04 / 14 / 14

T he same architect that the NCAA uses as a Final Four consultant is designing the Minnesota Vikings’ new stadium, something that could give local officials an edge competing for the event over the next six years. Dallas-based HKS devel...

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07/16/12
Is Brooklyn in Islanders' future?

With only three years left on a lease that team officials insist they will not extend, and no deal for a new arena in sight, the New York Islanders’ best option to continue playing in New York in 2015 might be in Brooklyn, at the soon-to-open Barclays Center. The Islanders’ lease with ...

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07/16/12
Sun Life Stadium making mark in soccer

The Miami Dolphins are off to a strong start marketing their NFL stadium as an international soccer facility. For the 12-month period ending in August, Sun Life Stadium will have played host to six soccer matches, including the coming World Football Challenge game between AC Milan and Chelsea FC. ...

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07/16/12
Suns create ‘place of our own’

T he Phoenix Suns have developed the “ultimate mobile application” to extend their brand in the local market, team officials say. The Hoops Hub , a 30-foot-long walk-in trailer, contains a small basketball court and hoop, a replica ...

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06/25/12
Brailsford & Dunlavey to target sports

Brailsford & Dunlavey, a firm tied to sports facility development, has formed B&D Venues as a separate division to focus on sports projects. Dunlavey The Washington firm conducts feasibility studies a ...

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06/25/12
Branded Seats lands Kauffman contract

The Kansas City Royals have signed a deal with a cup holder maker to install 1,000 new Pepsi-branded displays for the MLB All-Star Game. Branded Seats, a 1-year-old company founded by Phoenix graphic designer Shad Bruce, produces a cup holder retrofit to display sponsors’ brands. The flexib ...

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06/25/12
Yankees get Safety Act coverage

Yankee Stadium has become the first sports venue to be covered with a federal Safety Act designation and certification from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, marking the start of what many in the security field believe will be a new era for how threats of terrorism are handled in sports. ...

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06/25/12
Cisco parties at Petco Park

T he San Diego Padres recently played host to Cisco Live! , the largest private event in the nine-year history of Petco Park . The June 13 event, part of the technology firm’s annual customer appreciation celebration, drew 9,000 people ...

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06/25/12
Browns sign Aramark for premium dining

The Cleveland Browns have signed a multiyear deal with Aramark to take over premium dining at Cleveland Browns Stadium and the food service at the team’s training facility in Berea, Ohio. The new operation, branded as Cleveland Browns Hospitality Group, will serve the stadium’s suite ...

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06/18/12
Texans adding 2nd upper-deck club

The Houston Texans are building a second all-inclusive club in the upper deck of Reliant Stadium. The Chairmans Club, the name of the newly developed space, covers about 500 seats upstairs in the south end, supported by a 12,000-square-foot lounge that was previously part of the upper-level conco ...

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06/18/12
Eagles plan big Linc refurb

The Philadelphia Eagles are planning major changes at Lincoln Financial Field, including adding seats and building new field-level suites to generate more revenue from the 10-year-old stadium and improve the fan experience. A proposal issued in mid-May by the Eagles for preconstruction manager se ...

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