Budgeting: Page 3
Michigan State's Sponsorship Deal With Caesars Sportsbook Ending Early
The Michigan State University athletic department’s partnership with Caesars Sportsbook is ending four years ahead of schedule.
District Spends $6M on Scoreboard After Hiring Fewer Teachers, Bus Drivers
A special Dayton (Ohio) Public Schools board meeting this week saw members vote 6-1 to pay for a $6 million scoreboard as part of the district's football stadium renovations with money transferred from a fund used to pay teachers and bus drivers.
ACC Endorses New Revenue Model That Rewards Success
The Atlantic Coast Conference board of directors endorsed a new revenue-distribution model Wednesday that will reward success based on postseason performance, the league announced in a statement.
Faced with Pac-12 Financial Headwinds, WSU Athletics Issues Hiring Freeze
Washington State University president Kirk Schulz said in a written statement that each Pac-12 university will see a significant decrease in revenue distribution due to overpayments from a conference media partner and other factors.
Stadium & Arena
Erie County Approves Buffalo Bills Stadium, Construction to Start
Erie County lawmakers unanimously approved all documents related to the county's $250 million investment in a new Buffalo Bills Stadium during a special meeting Thursday, ending two years of negotiating and essentially signaling the start of construction.
Legislature Budget Committee Kills Funding for Brewers Stadium Repairs
The Wisconsin Legislature’s budget committee killed more than 500 proposals from Democratic Governor Tony Evers with a single vote Tuesday, including a measure to use state funds to pay for renovations at the Milwaukee Brewers' American Family Field.
Illinois State Cancels Student Athletic Fee Hike Amid Donor Trip Fallout
Illinois State University’s interim president said Wednesday that he’s canceled plans to increase student fees benefitting the athletic department and pledged “closer oversight” of athletics fundraising amid public fallout over a recent donor junket.
Group Donates $72K to Replace 50-Year-Old Scoreboard at Park Baseball Field
Installation started Monday for a new state-of-the-art scoreboard donated to a local park in Connecticut to replace the community's five-decades-old baseball scoreboard.
Report: Dan Snyder Set to Sell Commanders for $6B
Washington Commanders owner Dan Snyder has reportedly agreed to sell the team to an ownership group spearheaded by Philadelphia 76ers co-owner Josh Harris, Magic Johnson and Mitchell Rales.
Tennessee Surpasses Season-Ticket Sales Goal
Building off the momentum of an epic 11-win season last fall, Tennessee Athletics announced this week that it has surpassed its goal of football season tickets sold with over 70,000 purchased for the 2023 campaign.
Stadium & Arena
Bills Finalize Deal on New Stadium with State, County
The Buffalo Bills on Tuesday formally submitted the final contractual agreements on their new stadium — including a detailed 30-year lease — to the Erie County legislature.
Stadium & Arena
Vikings' 7-Year-Old Stadium Needs $280M in Maintenance Over Next Decade
Opened in 2016 at a cost of $1.1 billion, U.S. Bank Stadium will require some $280 million in maintenance to remain in top condition over the next decade, including nearly $48 million next year, according to an architectural assessment released Friday.
Page 3 of 45
Information on more than 3,000 companies, sorted by category. Listings are updated daily.
AB Show 2023 in Baltimore
AB Show is a solution-focused event for athletics, fitness, recreation and military professionals.
Nov 1-4, 2023