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When the new football stadium opens up next month on the University of Houston campus, it'll have a new name...When two winning teams come together, great things happen," said University of Houston President Renu Khator. Stadium will host its first
Cross Insurance, a subsidiary of Cross Financial Corp., and one of the largest independent insurance providers in New England, and the Cumberland County Civic Center announced today they have signed a new, long-term naming rights agreement to name
27 April 2014 11:19 PM Naming North Texas landmarks after corporate sponsors could soon expand beyond ballparks, stadiums and concert venues. The next possible frontier: Dallas Area Rapid Transit light-rail lines and transit centers.
That's the philosophy behind a decision to offer naming, marketing, and title rights for the buildings, arena, days and activities at the fairgrounds to the highest corporate bidders. Included among those offerings will be naming and marketing rights
In a function at the Damodar City Cinema last night, FRU, Vodafone Fiji, TFL, HFC Bank and CJ Patel said they were pleased to assist with the development of rugby in Fiji. Vodafone will have naming rights to the Fiji 7s team, the national 15s team
Photo by Matthew Kragh A rendering of the Gordon River Park in Naples, which includes a 40-foot observation point overlooking the city and river, and a pedestrian bridge over Gordon River. Photo by Matthew Kragh A rendering of the Gordon River Park
A six-foot bronze statue of former major league baseball pitcher Stanley Coveleski will be installed as part of $400,000 in improvements to the South Bend Silver Hawks stadium. The South Bend Tribune reports team owner Andrew Berlin is upgrading
Carlsbad took the unusual step last week of launching a naming rights program that allows city libraries, parks, hiking trails and events to be named after corporations. San Diego is believed to be the only city in the county with a similar program.
The Japanese automaker and International Speedway Corp., which owns the famous Florida track, announced the deal Thursday at the Chicago Auto Show. The 11-year agreement, which begins in 2015, will provide Toyota with naming rights to one of the five
The New Orleans Pelicans and Louisiana-based Smoothie King have reached a 10-year agreement to rename the New Orleans Arena as the Smoothie King Center. Pelicans President Dennis Lauscha said such a deal had been a "gigantic" piece of owner Tom