Does Downtown Stadium Mean Economic Boost?
by Jay Rey News Staff Reporter January 2015
If a new football stadium is built in downtown Buffalo, it would be hard not to become excited about a major sports and entertainment district.
In This Year's Super Bowl, Only Sure Winner is Comcast
by Bob Fernandez; Inquirer Staff Writer January 2015
From grass turf to the video stream inside your home, Comcast Corp. will have a hand in Super Bowl XLIX between the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks.
Super Bowl: Familiar Teams Mean Falling Ticket Prices
by Bloomberg news January 2015
For Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots fans, it's a case of been there, done that, as ticket prices for the Super Bowl slump to their lowest since at least 2010.
College Gets Arena Naming Rights, Eyes Groundbreaking
by Dana Caldwell firstname.lastname@example.org January 2015
Florida SouthWestern State College (FSW) and Suncoast Credit Union officials announced the latter’s $5 million purchase of naming rights Tuesday morning at the school.
Ticket Sales Drive Will Determine NHL Viability in Vegas
by Kevin Allen, @ByKevinAllen, USA TODAY Sports January 2015
What everyone understands about Las Vegas is it's an intriguing venue for bachelor parties, gambling and retirement. What nobody knows about Vegas is whether it is the right place for an NHL franchise.
In Mountain West, Naming Rights Deals Vary Greatly
by MARK SMITH January 2015
Matt Ensor, assistant director of communications at UNM, researched the number of collegiate basketball venues with title sponsors before the school's deal with WisePies was announced. His discovery is that UNM is in rare company following its $5 million, 10-year deal with WisePies.
Dolphins Hope $400M Stadium Reno Brings Super Bowls
by Hal Habib Palm Beach Post Staff Writer January 2015
On a day overrun by cranes, dust and rubble, in a stadium that barely looked like a stadium, Dolphins owner Stephen Ross on Friday laid out an ambitious vision for Sun Life Stadium.
NBA Commissioner: Jersey Ads 'Inevitable in Our Sport'
by Mattias Karen January 2015
In the NBA's efforts to grow its popularity in Europe, it may have picked up a way of also boosting revenues back home.
Panthers' Suite Items Sale to Aid Habitat For Humanity
by The Herald-Sun (Durham, N.C.) January 2015
The Carolina Panthers are cleaning house so that a low-income family will have a chance to live in a home of their own.
Atlantic City Would Like to Bet Big on Sports Tourism
by Jacqueline L. Urgo; Inquirer Staff Writer January 2015
Amid the fallout of casino closures and tumbling employment, officials announced Tuesday a sports-related tourism plan that they hope will put the resort back in the game.