Stadiums

Columbus Crew Putting Fans First In New Stadium

A groundswell of local fan fervor helped to save the Columbus Crew and keep the club in the city. Now, with a new stadium on the horizon, the Crew are focused on creating a fan experience in its new home that is worthy of that support. To aid in that process, the Crew have signed a partnership with IBM Services to help create a roadmap for the club to follow as it looks to create a unique and engaging environment […]

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Hawks’ Renovated Arena to Feature First Courtside Bar

The renovations also include Topgolf Swing Suites, a barber shop and a Zac Brown Social Club. Courtside bar. Imagine via the Hawks The Hawks are partaking in the biggest arena renovation since the Knicks upgraded MSG for the tune of over a billion dollars. The cost for the Hawks? Scheduled to be at just under $200 million dollars.  As teams look to provide more value for fans, the Hawks have taken the game to the next level. The 16-month renovation will include the […]

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NFL Facilities are Finding New Life Beyond Gameday

From golf courses to gyms, stadiums have become multi-purpose. The nature of the NFL schedule mandates that stadiums are only busy for a guaranteed ten (or sometimes nine) dates a year. Sure, several venues schedule concerts or trade shows to help fill the gaps, but what new ideas have there been in recent years to leverage stadiums, or even team facilities, beyond the status quo? Several NFL teams are looking for greener pastures in partnering with a company to completely […]

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Empty Promises and $72 Million Dollars Later the Hartford Yard Goats Finally Have a Stadium

Dunkin’ Donuts Park, February 2017. Image via Hartford Courant The stadium situation for the Hartford Yard Goats has been one of the most interesting stories in Minor League Baseball for over a year. After spending the 2016 season on the road, the Yard Goats weren’t certain they would have a home for Opening Day this year. The newest contractors promised to have the stadium ready by April, but the city had heard that narrative before. Things were such a train wreck […]

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