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Chapter 1

  1. 1. DISCUSION QUESTIONS1) Each sport event & facility has specific what associated with it?2) How much $ did the US spend on new sport facilities in 2008?3) What % more does it cost to upgrade most facilities to meet modern-daystandards than it does to build new ones?4) When & where was the first university sport management program established?5) What are the 2 largest trends facing facility managers?6) Define "sustainability."7) What year was the first Earth Day held?8) How is a "green facility" defined?9) Who established standards for green facilities?10) What does "LEED" stand for?11) What was the first LEED-certified professional stadium?12) What did NFL officials implement in 2005 due to concerns over NFL stadiumsbeing terrorist targets?13) What facility hosted the first NHL Winter Classic in 2008?
  2. 2. EACH EVENT & FACILITY HAS SPECIFIC WHAT ASSOCIATED WITH IT? RISKS
  3. 3. HOW MUCH $$$ DID THE US SPEND ON NEW SPORT FACILITIES DURING 2008? $3.34 BILLIONWHY NOT JUST RENOVATE EXISTING FACILITIES RATHER THAN BUILD NEW ONES?IT IS ESTIMATED THAT UPGRADING MOST FACILITIES TO MEET MODERN-DAY EXPECTATIONS WOULD COST 25% MORE THAN BUILDING NEW ONES.
  4. 4. YANKEE STADIUM•OPENED: 2009•COST: $1.5 BILLION•MOST EXPENSIVE BASEBALL STADIUM EVER BUILT.•3RD MOST EXPENSIVE STADIUM OF ANY KIND.•1) WEMBLEY STADIUM 2) METLIFE STADIUM•CAPACITY: 50,291
  5. 5. WEMBLEY STADIUM•OPENED: 2007•COST: $798 MILLION (EURO)•CAPACITY: 90,000•2ND LARGEST EUROPEAN STADIUM•LARGEST: CAMP NOU (KAM NOW) IN BARCELONA, SPAIN HOLDS 99 354.•PARTIALLY RETRACTABLE ROOF COVERS SEATS NOT GRASS (PITCH).•ARCH SUPPORTS ROOF’S WEIGHT & IS THE LONGEST SINGLE SPAN ROOF IN THE WORLD & ISVISIBLE ACROSS ALL OF LONDON.
  6. 6. METLIFE STADIUM•OPENED: 2010•COST: $1.6 BILLION•MOST EXPENSIVE STADIUM EVER BUILT IN NFL.•CAPACITY: 82,566•LARGEST STADIUM IN NFL IN TERMS OF PERMANENT SEATING CAPACITY.•WILL HOST SUPER BOWL XLVIII FIRST TIME A NON-DOMED STADIUM IN THENORTHERN US WILL HOST A SUPER BOWL.
  7. 7. COWBOYS STADIUM•OPENED: 2009•COST: $1.3 BILLION•CAPACITY: 80,000 (111,000 WITH STANDING ROOM)•HOSTED 2010 NBA ALL STAR WITH ATTENDANCE OF 108,713 THE GAME IS THE HIGHEST-ATTENDEDBASKETBALL GAME IN HISTORY.•HD VIDEO SCREEN: 160 X 72 FEET (20 YD LINE TO 20 YD LINE) IS 2ND LARGEST (CHARLOTTE MOTORSPEEDWAY).
  8. 8. TARGET FIELD•OPENED: 2010•COST: $545 MILLION•CAPACITY: 39,504•TWINS 3RD BALLPARK IN MINNESOTA SINCE 1961.•RANKED #1 STADIUM EXPERIENCE IN NORTH AMERICA BY ESPN THE MAGAZINE IN 2010.•ONLY 2ND LEED-CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL SPORTS STADIUM IN US (NATIONAL PARK).
  9. 9. Super Bowl 2013 spurs business bustle in New Orleans, but economists differ on the net gain
  10. 10. 1) What company owns the naming rights to the stadium that the Super Bowl is being played?-MERCEDES-BENZ2) The Super Bowl has resulted in a spending boost of how much money for the following host cities:A) Atlanta (2000)-$292 MILLIONB) San Diego (2003)-$367 MILLIONC) Detroit (2006)-$261 MILLIOND) Miami (2007)-$463 MILLIONE) Arizona (2008)-$500 MILLIONF) Indianapolis (2012)-$384 MILLION3) When was the last time New Orleans hosted a Super Bowl and how much money did it generate?-2002: $299 MILLION4) The New Orleans host committee predicts that this years Super Bowl will result in a boost of how much money for the city?-434 MILLION
  11. 11. 5) Economist Victor Matheson at College of the Holy Cross in Massachusetts, who has studied decades of Super Bowls,believes that the findings in many impact studies are not correct and that the benefit is closer to what?-$30 MILLION6) What is the "substitution effect?"-WHEN RESIDENTS SPEND MONEY ON SUPER BOWL-RELATED EVENTS THEY OTHERWISE WOULD HAVE SPENT IN OTHERPARTS OF THE CITY7) What is the "crowding out effect?"-TAKES PLACE WHEN TOURISTS NOT INTERESTED IN THE GAME, & ORGANIZERS OF OTHER EVENTS SUCH ASCONVENTIONS, AVOID THE CITY BECAUSE THE SUPER BOWL DOMINATES ATTENTION & SPACE8) What are "leakages?"-OCCUER WHEN SOME OF THE SUPER BOWL SPENDING FUNNELS TO CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS ELSEWHERE (THESTRONG PROFITS OF JAM-PACKED HOTELS BENEFIT THEIR NATIONAL CHAINS)9) The NFL has used the allure of hosting Super Bowls to entice cities to build what?-STADIUMS10) Private and public entities have carried out extensive upgrades & renovations to infrastructure and amenities around town,totaling an estimated how much?-$1.2 BILLION
  12. 12. WHEN & WHERE WAS THE 1ST UNIVERSITY SPORT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM ESTABLISHED? OHIO UNIVERSITY (1966)
  13. 13. WHAT ARE THE 2 LARGEST TRENDS FACING FACILITY MANAGERS?GREEN FACILITIES & SECURITY-RELATED CONCERNS
  14. 14. SUSTAINABILITY“MEETING THE NEEDS OF THE PRESENT GENERATION WITHOUT COMPROMISING THE ABILITY OF FUTURE GENERATIONS TO MEET THEIR OWN NEEDS.”-TO BE TRULY SUSTAINABLE A HUMAN COMMUNITY MUST:1) NOT DECREASE BIODIVERSITY.2) NOT CONSUME RESOURCES FASTER THAN THEY ARE RENEWED.3) RECYCLE & REUSE VIRTUALLY ALL MATERIALS.4) RELY PRIMARILY ON RESOURCES OF ITS OWN REGION.

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