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San Francisco Business Times – by Eric Young Oakland officials are seeking a naming rights deal for the Coliseum they hope will net at least $4 million annually. McAfee Inc. allowed its 10-year naming agreement to expire and in recent weeks the group that operates the facility, the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority, has begun the… Read More »

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Premier to Market Oakland Stadium Name

May 18th, 2009 by admin

By TERRY LEFTON Sports Business Journal Staff Writer Published May 18, 2009 : Page 05 Premier Partnerships has won an agency shootout to sell naming rights for the Oakland Coliseum, which reverted back to its original name last fall after a 10-year deal with Network Associates expired. The stadium opened in 1966 and is one… Read More »

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Las Vegas is in the mix to play host to a few future World Cup soccer games. By Rob Miech / LAS VEGAS SUN Fri, May 15, 2009 That no suitable stadium exists for such high-profile matches and the U.S. hasn’t been guaranteed either the 2018 or 2022 World Cup seem to be insignificant at… Read More »

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Terry Lefton Sports Business Journal Staff Writer Published May 11, 2009 : Page 08 In the wake of the Miami Dolphins selling the name of their home venue for a year and renaming it Land Shark Stadium, industry reaction formed in two distinct camps. Since the next Pro Bowl and Super Bowl will be held… Read More »

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