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“We continue to partner with a first-class team of experts and professionals to bring our stadium to life, said Ron Raccuia, the Bills' executive vice president and chief operation officer.
Legends will manage the search for a Sabres’ jersey patch sponsor, after the NHL for the first time this season began allowing patches on game-worn jerseys.
The combination of fewer fans heading to a stadium that seats about 10,000 fewer people than Highmark Stadium, along with the addition of new walkways for pedestrians and new driveways into parking lots, should improve access, a new report said.
According to the latest Nielsen rankings, Buffalo slipped two spots and now is the No. 54 TV market in the United States.
“Buffalo I love you for loving me and preparing me for the next chapter,” Lewin wrote on Twitter.
I was born and grew up in Buffalo and the surrounding suburb of Williamsville. My brother, sister and mother still live in Buffalo. I have liv…
The partnership provides Caesars Sportsbook with naming rights to a sportsbook-style club lounge that opened at the start of the football season at Highmark Stadium.
There are software and payments providers allowing attendees to place a mobile order and then pick it up when ready at the nearest concession stand.
"The Pegulas should play fair and reinvest our public dollars in Buffalo and Erie County, by committing to $500 million in community benefits over the first 30 years of the new stadium," write Andrea Ó Súilleabháin and Brenda McDuffie.
Neighborhood advocates want to make sure that Bills owners Terry and Kim Pegula commit money and resources toward enhancing local programs, parks, recreation and youth athletics, as well as supporting job training and job creation.
LECOM is expanding its relationship with Pegula Sports & Entertainment – which runs the operations of the Sabres, Bandits and Bills – by partnering this season with the NFL franchise for the first time.
For the companies, it's a chance to use the professional sports team as a marketing tool. For the Bills and Sabres, it's a way to bring in more marketing revenue.
While the Buffalo Bills owners agreed to pay $550 million toward the cost of a new stadium in Orchard Park, that doesn’t mean the Pegulas will be dipping into their own pockets for all of it.
No one seems to know how the county bills for the expense or how it receives payment. It’s a poor way to do business, especially regarding something as high profile as games by the Bills and Sabres.
A financial study commissioned by Pegula Sports and Entertainment detailed the revenues from concerts held between 2015 and 2019, directly following a 2014 renovation to the stadium.
Lack of transparency was a universal complaint about the negotiation process that led to the Bills stadium agreement approved in April by New York State. And now, lack of transparency can justifiably be used to describe the process leading to the final $1.4 billion deal to be approved by the Erie County Legislature by Sept. 1 – the date originally set as part of the initial agreement.
There is an obvious way to improve Gov. Kathy Hochul and Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz’s sweetheart deal with the owners of the Bills, …
For as much as a year, the old and new stadiums may be standing almost side by side until the state finishes tearing down the current Highmark Stadium, which will take six to eight months, Erie County officials said Friday.
It is hopeful that the Bills owners like a stadium that was designed as a dual-purpose stadium.
Our elected officials have not shared details of the deal, fully explored alternative sites or explained the benefits and impacts of each, Joel Giambra says.