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  2. Lumen Field - Wikipedia

    As a result of CenturyLink's acquisition of Qwest, the stadium was officially renamed CenturyLink Field on June 23, 2011. [4] [211] CenturyLink renewed its naming rights contract in 2017, paying $162.7 million for the stadium from 2019 to 2033. [212]

  3. Levi's Stadium - Wikipedia's_Stadium

    The deal calls for Levi's to pay $220.3 million to the city of Santa Clara and the 49ers over 20 years, with an option to extend the deal for another five years for around $75 million. On September 14, 2015, ESPN's Chris Berman coined the name "The Big Bellbottom" in reference to the stadium. [33]

  4. MSN Dial-up - Wikipedia

    MSN for Mac OS X was a dial-up client interface to Microsoft's pay-for-access online services for Mac users. The software was, in some respects, comparable to the AOL dial-up client given its channel-based interface, built-in chat and instant messaging capabilities, parental controls, and ability to accommodate multiple screen names.

  5. Target Field - Wikipedia

    They agreed to pay $12.95 million plus 5 acres (2.0 ha) of adjacent land in exchange for the rights to purchase the 8-acre (3.2 ha) main ballpark site, effectively agreeing to pay $4.3 million per acre. This agreement expired at the end of 2004 when no stadium bill was passed, but it would play a key role in the later condemnation proceedings.

  6. Huntington Bank Stadium - Wikipedia

    Despite the 2005 session having ended with the bill not coming to a vote, the stadium effort did not lose momentum in the legislature and was introduced quickly in the 2006 session. On April 6, 2006, the Minnesota House of Representatives passed the stadium bill on a 103–30 vote. [20]

  7. Camping World Stadium - Wikipedia

    On March 30, 2008, the stadium hosted WrestleMania XXIV, the 2008 edition of WWE's flagship professional wrestling pay-per-view.The first WrestleMania held in Florida, and the second to be held entirely outdoors since WrestleMania IX at Caesars Palace, it had a reported attendance of 74,635—the largest crowd in stadium history.

  8. Rose Bowl (stadium) - Wikipedia

    The Rose Bowl is an outdoor athletic stadium located in Pasadena, California.Opened in October 1922, the stadium is recognized as a National Historic Landmark and a California Historic Civil Engineering landmark.

  9. 2014 Chicago Bears season - Wikipedia

    The 2014 Chicago Bears season was the franchise's 95th season in the National Football League, as well as the second under head coach Marc Trestman.The Bears failed to qualify for the playoffs after being eliminated from contention in week fourteen, their fourth consecutive season without making the postseason.