Lender to finance broker purchases Inner Circle closes loop on team deals Jags exec Tony Khan invests in TruMedia Equity fund will shop for farm teams Eagles borrow $190M over new longer term Vikings pick banks for stadium financing Filing lists 12 athletes as creditors NBA debt terms reflect confidence Kings refinance $15M as part of sale 49ers able to refinance early
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A Connecticut-based lender has struck partnerships with three NHL teams and one NBA team to help finance broker purchases of season-ticket packages. Entertainment Financial, a sister company of established secondary-ticket market player TicketNetwork, has positioned itself as a preferred ticketin...
FOR THE RECORD PERSONNEL MOVES AGENTS Santa Monica, Calif.-based Management Plus hired Todd Brooks as director of marketing. Greg Sherman was named director/retail sales at Ascent Sports. Woolf Associates promoted Anne Marie Boucher to account supervisor, grants and planning divisio ...
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PHOENIX – Being selected a food vendor in the new Bank One Ballpark is not the automatic home run some small businesses might expect. Vendors and suppliers at the ballpark report mixed results for their stadium ventures, despite the Arizona Diamondbacks drawing nearly 46,000 people a game. ...
For sports economists like Robert Baade, franchises’ rush to Wall Street is a gift. For the teams themselves, the financial disclosure that accompanies going public is a headache. But more and more, sports franchises agree that the lure of public capital outweighs the added paperwork and pu ...