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Stadium naming rights
Does the stadium have a corporate sponsor with naming rights? If so, what is? If not, why not?
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I'm guessing the city would be the ones to sell the naming rights
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RE: Stadium naming rights
which stadium? There are a few.
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RE: Stadium naming rights
What stadium are you talking about and why would you ask about this?
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(05-22-2018 08:11 AM)BealeStBruiser Wrote:  Does the stadium have a corporate sponsor with naming rights? If so, what is? If not, why not?

Yup.

The Liberty Bowl football game.

And they don’t pay anything.
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RE: Stadium naming rights
I'm kinda surprised that the city hasn't done this yet. I know it wouldn't be a blockbuster deal by any means, but they could possibly get up to $1 Million per year based on the recent market.

https://fansided.com/2017/05/23/half-of-...5-schools/
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Its All Good Stadium
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(05-22-2018 10:05 AM)3601 Wrote:  I'm kinda surprised that the city hasn't done this yet. I know it wouldn't be a blockbuster deal by any means, but they could possibly get up to $1 Million per year based on the recent market.

https://fansided.com/2017/05/23/half-of-...5-schools/

College program in a non-Power 5 League.

Barely top fifty market.

At most ten or eleven games (with at best four-five nationally televised).

The main tenant without rights to sell the naming rights.

Stadium already renamed to the annual bowl game.

There is NO WAY the Liberty Bowl could get a corporate sponsorship naming rights deal for business purposes for a million a year.

The University of Memphis in theory could get a naming rights deal for sentimental reasons as a way give a donation (like the Laurie-Walton practice facility) but the City owns the Liberty Bowl and may not agree to do that for the U of M. Of course no one is donating money to the City for naming rights to the building.
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(05-22-2018 10:34 AM)Latilleon Wrote:  
(05-22-2018 10:05 AM)3601 Wrote:  I'm kinda surprised that the city hasn't done this yet. I know it wouldn't be a blockbuster deal by any means, but they could possibly get up to $1 Million per year based on the recent market.

https://fansided.com/2017/05/23/half-of-...5-schools/

College program in a non-Power 5 League.

Barely top fifty market.

At most ten or eleven games (with at best four-five nationally televised).

The main tenant without rights to sell the naming rights.

Stadium already renamed to the annual bowl game.

There is NO WAY the Liberty Bowl could get a corporate sponsorship naming rights deal for business purposes for a million a year.

The University of Memphis in theory could get a naming rights deal for sentimental reasons as a way give a donation (like the Laurie-Walton practice facility) but the City owns the Liberty Bowl and may not agree to do that for the U of M. Of course no one is donating money to the City for naming rights to the building.

Maybe. Maybe not. Did you bother reading the story in the link?

Why do you think nobody would pay the city for the naming rights? Somebody would. It's just a matter of how much.
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RE: Stadium naming rights
UPS Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Jack Daniel's Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Old Dominick Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Gus's Fried Chicken Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Central BBQ Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
AutoZone Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Tennessee Lottery Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
First Horizon Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Service Master Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
#memphistravel Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
FedEx Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Chicken Salad Chick Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium

The possibilities are endless.
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Companies have paid for naming rights for HS stadiums and minor league ballparks. Somebody would pay for LBMS naming rights.

The only real question is how much the market would bear.
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(05-22-2018 10:49 AM)3601 Wrote:  UPS Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Jack Daniel's Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Old Dominick Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Gus's Fried Chicken Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Central BBQ Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
AutoZone Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Tennessee Lottery Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
First Horizon Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Service Master Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
#memphistravel Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
FedEx Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Chicken Salad Chick Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium

The possibilities are endless.

Memphistigers.org Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium.

Somebody donate tree fiddy to make this happen.
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Wing Guru Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium

or more realistically....

Wingstop Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium

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Liberty Mutual Liberty Bowl
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The Libertarian Party Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
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RE: Stadium naming rights
(05-22-2018 10:39 AM)3601 Wrote:  
(05-22-2018 10:34 AM)Latilleon Wrote:  
(05-22-2018 10:05 AM)3601 Wrote:  I'm kinda surprised that the city hasn't done this yet. I know it wouldn't be a blockbuster deal by any means, but they could possibly get up to $1 Million per year based on the recent market.

https://fansided.com/2017/05/23/half-of-...5-schools/

College program in a non-Power 5 League.

Barely top fifty market.

At most ten or eleven games (with at best four-five nationally televised).

The main tenant without rights to sell the naming rights.

Stadium already renamed to the annual bowl game.

There is NO WAY the Liberty Bowl could get a corporate sponsorship naming rights deal for business purposes for a million a year.

The University of Memphis in theory could get a naming rights deal for sentimental reasons as a way give a donation (like the Laurie-Walton practice facility) but the City owns the Liberty Bowl and may not agree to do that for the U of M. Of course no one is donating money to the City for naming rights to the building.

Maybe. Maybe not. Did you bother reading the story in the link?

Why do you think nobody would pay the city for the naming rights? Somebody would. It's just a matter of how much.

I looked at it before I posted. None of the examples seemed to involve a non-Power 5 playing in a city owned stadium.

BTW, it seems like you think we can get a deal like we got for FedEx Park. That’s not likely until a new football stadium is built. As long as the Liberty Bowl is city owned, can’t see a deal working out for naming rights.
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(05-22-2018 03:08 PM)Latilleon Wrote:  
(05-22-2018 10:39 AM)3601 Wrote:  
(05-22-2018 10:34 AM)Latilleon Wrote:  
(05-22-2018 10:05 AM)3601 Wrote:  I'm kinda surprised that the city hasn't done this yet. I know it wouldn't be a blockbuster deal by any means, but they could possibly get up to $1 Million per year based on the recent market.

https://fansided.com/2017/05/23/half-of-...5-schools/

College program in a non-Power 5 League.

Barely top fifty market.

At most ten or eleven games (with at best four-five nationally televised).

The main tenant without rights to sell the naming rights.

Stadium already renamed to the annual bowl game.

There is NO WAY the Liberty Bowl could get a corporate sponsorship naming rights deal for business purposes for a million a year.

The University of Memphis in theory could get a naming rights deal for sentimental reasons as a way give a donation (like the Laurie-Walton practice facility) but the City owns the Liberty Bowl and may not agree to do that for the U of M. Of course no one is donating money to the City for naming rights to the building.

Maybe. Maybe not. Did you bother reading the story in the link?

Why do you think nobody would pay the city for the naming rights? Somebody would. It's just a matter of how much.

I looked at it before I posted. None of the examples seemed to involve a non-Power 5 playing in a city owned stadium.

BTW, it seems like you think we can get a deal like we got for FedEx Park. That’s not likely until a new football stadium is built. As long as the Liberty Bowl is city owned, can’t see a deal working out for naming rights.

The city of Orlando sold the naming rights to their stadium formerly known as the Citrus Bowl.

Just saying.
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(05-22-2018 04:19 PM)3601 Wrote:  
(05-22-2018 03:08 PM)Latilleon Wrote:  
(05-22-2018 10:39 AM)3601 Wrote:  
(05-22-2018 10:34 AM)Latilleon Wrote:  
(05-22-2018 10:05 AM)3601 Wrote:  I'm kinda surprised that the city hasn't done this yet. I know it wouldn't be a blockbuster deal by any means, but they could possibly get up to $1 Million per year based on the recent market.

https://fansided.com/2017/05/23/half-of-...5-schools/

College program in a non-Power 5 League.

Barely top fifty market.

At most ten or eleven games (with at best four-five nationally televised).

The main tenant without rights to sell the naming rights.

Stadium already renamed to the annual bowl game.

There is NO WAY the Liberty Bowl could get a corporate sponsorship naming rights deal for business purposes for a million a year.

The University of Memphis in theory could get a naming rights deal for sentimental reasons as a way give a donation (like the Laurie-Walton practice facility) but the City owns the Liberty Bowl and may not agree to do that for the U of M. Of course no one is donating money to the City for naming rights to the building.

Maybe. Maybe not. Did you bother reading the story in the link?

Why do you think nobody would pay the city for the naming rights? Somebody would. It's just a matter of how much.

I looked at it before I posted. None of the examples seemed to involve a non-Power 5 playing in a city owned stadium.

BTW, it seems like you think we can get a deal like we got for FedEx Park. That’s not likely until a new football stadium is built. As long as the Liberty Bowl is city owned, can’t see a deal working out for naming rights.

The city of Orlando sold the naming rights to their stadium formerly known as the Citrus Bowl.

Just saying.

actually the city of Orlando got zilch for the naming rights to Camping World Stadium....


The City won't see any of the revenue from naming rights. Steve Hogan, CEO of Florida Citrus Sports, a nonprofit which stages the bowl games at the stadium, told the Orlando Sentinel his organization is entitled to the revenue.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/kristidosh/...a5c0496c04
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(05-22-2018 04:19 PM)3601 Wrote:  
(05-22-2018 03:08 PM)Latilleon Wrote:  
(05-22-2018 10:39 AM)3601 Wrote:  
(05-22-2018 10:34 AM)Latilleon Wrote:  
(05-22-2018 10:05 AM)3601 Wrote:  I'm kinda surprised that the city hasn't done this yet. I know it wouldn't be a blockbuster deal by any means, but they could possibly get up to $1 Million per year based on the recent market.

https://fansided.com/2017/05/23/half-of-...5-schools/

College program in a non-Power 5 League.

Barely top fifty market.

At most ten or eleven games (with at best four-five nationally televised).

The main tenant without rights to sell the naming rights.

Stadium already renamed to the annual bowl game.

There is NO WAY the Liberty Bowl could get a corporate sponsorship naming rights deal for business purposes for a million a year.

The University of Memphis in theory could get a naming rights deal for sentimental reasons as a way give a donation (like the Laurie-Walton practice facility) but the City owns the Liberty Bowl and may not agree to do that for the U of M. Of course no one is donating money to the City for naming rights to the building.

Maybe. Maybe not. Did you bother reading the story in the link?

Why do you think nobody would pay the city for the naming rights? Somebody would. It's just a matter of how much.

I looked at it before I posted. None of the examples seemed to involve a non-Power 5 playing in a city owned stadium.

BTW, it seems like you think we can get a deal like we got for FedEx Park. That’s not likely until a new football stadium is built. As long as the Liberty Bowl is city owned, can’t see a deal working out for naming rights.

The city of Orlando sold the naming rights to their stadium formerly known as the Citrus Bowl.

Just saying.

So when the Liberty Bowl game sells the naming rights and denies the University and the City any of the revenue, how is that going to go over?
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(05-22-2018 05:11 PM)BinghamptonNed Wrote:  
(05-22-2018 04:19 PM)3601 Wrote:  
(05-22-2018 03:08 PM)Latilleon Wrote:  
(05-22-2018 10:39 AM)3601 Wrote:  
(05-22-2018 10:34 AM)Latilleon Wrote:  College program in a non-Power 5 League.

Maybe. Maybe not. Did you bother reading the story in the link?

Why do you think nobody would pay the city for the naming rights? Somebody would. It's just a matter of how much.

I looked at it before I posted. None of the examples seemed to involve a non-Power 5 playing in a city owned stadium.

The city of Orlando sold the naming rights to their stadium formerly known as the Citrus Bowl.

Just saying.

actually the city of Orlando got zilch for the naming rights to Camping World Stadium....

The City won't see any of the revenue from naming rights. Steve Hogan, CEO of Florida Citrus Sports, a nonprofit which stages the bowl games at the stadium, told the Orlando Sentinel his organization is entitled to the revenue.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/kristidosh/...a5c0496c04

True, but not the whole story. Florida Citrus gave money for the stadium upgrade, and somehow got naming rights in exchange for that.

"Steve Hogan, the CEO of Florida Citrus Sports, the private nonprofit that stages the bowls, said his organization earned the right to the naming-rights money when it contributed $20 million to the stadium's $207 million renovation.

He said naming rights are just a way for them to "claw back" some of the money."
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