Edward Jones Dome
Webster University Sports Economist Patrick Rishe told KMOX whether the Rams move or stay they’re looking at a win win situation.
“We’ve asked our FBI friends to give us a threat assessment and they say there are no credible threats toward St. Louis,” St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson says.
According to a report Plano-based Dr Pepper Snapple Group is about to become the official soft-drink provider of the Edward Jones Dome.
“I think it’s just another chance for St. Louis to shine and we continue to look at it as we’ve got another match that might come down here in another few months”
“For this particular year I don’t think it’s a concern,” Webster University’s Pat Rishe tells KMOX.
ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–The stage is set for the Rams to play football someplace else, as the owners of the Edward Jones Dome tells the team it can’t afford the price set by an arbitrator to modernize […]
The St. Louis Business Journal reported that with the payment to the Rams, the CVC now projects a $2.5 million operating loss for fiscal 2013.
Missouri’s governor sounded some positive words Monday about the state helping foot the bill for replacing the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis.
The Rams’ plan is expected to cost $700 million and would require major structural changes to the dome.
“We want to make sure the team gets the stadium issues resolved because they do need to have the kind of stadium that will help support them for the long-term in St. Louis.”