The Miami Dolphins already had two big announcements scheduled for Thursday: the team’s first round selection in the draft and revealing the team’s new logo. But the team has brought out star power for another announcement the team said deals with the Super Bowl.
It’s deep in the fourth quarter in the Florida Legislature and the supporters of the bills allowing Miami-Dade County voters to decide whether tourist tax dollars will go to upgrade Sun Life Stadium have gone to a hurry-up offense trying to get the bills passed.
The Florida Senate appears poised to pass the bill needed to renovate Sun Life Stadium, but the Florida House is a much different story.
The Miami Dolphins delivered a check for more than $4 million last Friday to kick off the push for a special election to approve a tax for renovating Sun Life Stadium. Voters who want to be a part of that decision do face an important deadline Monday.
Eventually, the Miami Dolphins may just write a check for the full amount of the planned renovations to Sun Life Stadium. The team promised Wednesday to pay back some money to the state if taxpayers help pay for the renovations.
They’re two of the biggest selling artists of the last decade and now, Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z are teaming up for a 12-city concert tour that will include a stop at Sun Life Stadium on August 16.
Florida Atlantic University has decided to team up with a private prison company in a deal that will give the GEO Group naming rights to the school’s football stadium, according to faulowlaccess.com.
A person familiar with the Miami Dolphins’ plan seeking tax money for an upgrade of their stadium says the team has agreed to a referendum on the proposal.
Super Bowl XLVII will be remembered as much for being the night the lights went out in New Orleans as the Ravens winning. But, according to the NFL, a power outage and massive delay in the game is acceptable, but if it rains, that might be a step too far.
The Miami Dolphins have just started their push to get tax revenue for massive improvements to Sun Life Stadium, but they have already run into a down and dirty fight with Norman Braman and other leaders who oppose the Fins’ plan.