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With nearly $100M renovation, MLSE wants to create an NFL experience at its MLS stadium

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 05 / 04 / 15

Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment is completing the first phase of a $99 million renovation of BMO Field that will put its premium amenities on par with NFL stadiums, said Tim Leiweke, the group’s president and CEO. Toronto FC plays its first regular-season home game May 10, and fans will...

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