This is ridiculous. The ownership groups have to be completely desperate. They didn't pay anything extra whatsoever for the naming rights to one of the most recognizable buildings in the world. And they only rented about 4% of the building, usually not enough to even begin to enter talks to taking over naming rights.
Last edited by Steve Larmer: 03-12-2009 at 01:07 PM.
That sounds ridiculous to me. So I guess I should keep all the paperwork i got when I went to the top? Esp the ones the homeless man gave me and then charged me 5 bucks. Our tallest building in Anchorage is like 40 stories...maybe, too small to even know. I went to the top of the Sears Tower and that sh$% was moving!!! Pretty neat though. I can say i did it. Even though Sears hasn't been in it for 17 years, I would have assumed it would always be Sears Tower because its a National Landmark. Willis Tower.. even sounds stupid.