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08-06-2012, 05:46 PM
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It's not technically ticket revenue that paid for it, it was bonds issued by Metro Sports Authority that was funded by a "seat usage fee"... so basically part of ticket sales that went to Metro, and is now kicked back into the stadium for improvements.

I'm not sure how similar it is to the upgrades that Bridgestone underwent a few years ago, or to the next wave of expected upgrades after the convention center is complete.

Which brings me to the point, was the Preds Megatron upgrade "Just to reinforce the belief that nobody likes watching live HOCKEY"? This doesn't have to do with nobody wanting to go watch the Titans, it's that their old equipment was so terrible, most big time NCAA programs have better stadiums and video boards than what the Titans were working with. I'm pretty excited about it, though I will still prefer watching at home because the bathroom and kitchen are right there

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