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7,000 seats are to be added to the historic home of the Green Bay Packers

 

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As part of the upcoming $143.3 million Lambeau Field expansion, 7,000 seats are being added to the seating bowl. The majority of new seats will be located in the south end zone as well as some locations currently taken up by sponsor areas. The new inventory will be sold as part of 7- and 3-game packages.

 


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Under current proposal, the city of Kitchener will borrow money on behalf of the Rangers, who will repay the loan with interest over 16 years.

 

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The club has been granted more time to decide between renovating and building new

Liverpool City Council has given Liverpool FC more time to decide on whether to renovate Anfield, the current club home, or construct a new stadium at Stanley Park. Both options present challenges. The residential areas surrounding Anfield present logistical obstacles while Stanley Field presents financial hurdles.


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“[The renovation] is really focused on enhancing a very old facility and creating a better landmark for the entrance to the campus.”

 

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Security issues that used to take days to handle are now taken care of in seconds.

 

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The new premium seating section at Kenan Stadium nears sellout

 

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HNTB calls its design “an outdoor entertainment venue”

 

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Lessons learned from the new suite will contribute to a larger suite renovation in the coming years.

 

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The organization is aiming to sell 10,000 season tickets by mid-September.

 

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In the midst of the NBA lockout, the New Orleans Hornets are making a determined effort to sell 10,000 season tickets by mid-September through the organization’s 100 events in 100 days campaign dubbed “I’m In, Are You?”.

 


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Liquor license ends long fight between the university and city councilors.

 

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