In last week’s Roundup email newsletter we asked readers to pitch us which company, any company they’d like to see take the naming rights now that Sports Authority’s days on the signage at Mile High Stadium are numbered.
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Sure, attending a football game is all about cheering on your team and watching the action live, but it’s also an opportunity to indulge in stadium food.
The Monday deadline for bids on the Mile High stadium naming rights set by Sports Authority’s national liquidator Hilco Streambank came and went without a lead bidder, although one is expected by the end of the week.
The deadline for the Mile High stadium naming rights has been extended a week to give interested parties more time, according to a Hilco Streambank spokesman.
The question of what will happen to the Bronco’s stadium naming rights has been up in the air since Sports Authority declared bankruptcy in March. Hilco Streambank, retained by Sports Authority to liquidate the retailer’s assets nationally, announced Tuesday that it will be accepting initial offers for the naming rights until July 19.
The reigning Super Bowl champs have struck up conversations with at least a dozen companies — some current partners, some not — to gauge their interest in the naming-rights for Mile High Stadium in Denver.
Some of Sports Authority’s intellectual property assets may land in the corner of rival Dick’s Sporting Goods, Reuters is reporting.
Coors Field is arguably Denver’s premier bar (see: Rooftop), but now Mile High wants a crack at this whole nightlife deal. On Saturday night, Mile High will be THEE Denver nightspot.
The Colorado Rockies held up their end of the bargain with Sports Authority and thus should be compensated, the baseball club told the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware on Thursday.