City Council August 21, 2012 Texas Bank Sports Complex

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City Council August 21, 2012 Texas Bank Sports Complex

  1. 1. City Council August 21, 2012
  2. 2. Texas Bank Sports Complex Performance Update
  3. 3. Texas Bank Sports Complex
  4. 4. Texas Bank Sports Complex• The Texas Bank Sports Complex is home to: • Adult Softball (generally 190 teams) • Southern Little League (generally 26 teams) • Girls Fast Pitch Association (generally 29 teams) • Adult Flag Football (generally 12 teams) • Youth Flag Football (generally 27 teams)
  5. 5. Texas Bank Sports Complex• Accolades: • USSSA West Texas Complex of the Year 2010 • TTA Complex of the Year 2011 • West Texas USSSA Largest Percentage increase in registration 2011 • USSSA Midwest Conference Complex of the Year 2011
  6. 6. Texas Bank Sports ComplexProgramming: FY 09-10 FY 10-11 FY 11-12 YTD#League Teams/Participants 71/1065 278/3890 307/4545# Tournaments/Teams/ 37/253/3795 30/300/4500 20/295/4425Participants# Visitors 75,100 100,300 132,410
  7. 7. Texas Bank Sports Complex• Programming Highlights: • TLC Easter Fest-Annual • CHS/LVHS Cross Country Meet-Annual • Battle on the Concho 72 Teams (doubled from 2011) • SAGFA Midnight Madness 70+ teams (doubled from 2011) • Goliath Tourney-24 teams (doubled from 2011)• Recreation athletics • 4 Sessions Adult Softball • 1 Session Youth Flag Football • 1 Session Adult Flag Football • Youth Camps/Clinics• Field Rentals: 2010 – 139, 2011 – 454, 2012 167 YTD
  8. 8. Texas Bank Sports ComplexBudgets and Economic Impact: FY 09-10 FY 10-11 FY 11-12 (YTD)Concessions Revenue $2,800 $8,105 $8,577Sponsorship Revenue $21,588 $32,498 $9,882Programming Revenue $104,269 $115,991 $77,299Programming Expenses ($71,253) ($88,936) ($49,244)Operations Revenue $450,000 $470,000 $427,651 SADC $250,000 $200,000 $150,000 General Fund $200,000 $270,000 $277,651Operations Expenses ($443,740) ($538,585) ($419,761)Revenues - Expenses $59,140 ($1,169) $54,404Economic Impact, est. $875,095 $1,379,945 $3,802,005
  9. 9. Texas Bank Sports ComplexNaming Rights: $10,000Sponsorships:• Quads: $10,500• Fields: $11,000• Scoreboards: $7750• Other: Sports Line WCW $5882.35• Total: $35,132.35 (City portion = $17,566.18)Naming Rights & Sponsorships Revenue = $27,566.18
  10. 10. Texas Bank Sports ComplexSponsorships, Triad 1:• Quad Sponsor Little Ceaser’s - end: 01-31-2014; Price: $2500 a year for 3 years• Field 2- AEP Texas- end: 09-14-2012; Price: $2500 a year for 3 years• Scoreboard-Ener-tel -end: 04-30-2014; Price: $500 a year for 2 years• Scoreboard- Walmart; 03-09-2014; Price: $1500 a year for 3 years; plus $1200 for pole banners• Scoreboard- GM Welding; 5-20-2013; Price $750 a year for 3 years
  11. 11. Texas Bank Sports ComplexSponsorships, Quad 2:• Quad Sponsor Twin Mountain Dentistry- end: 02- 012013; Price: $4000 a year for 3 years• Scoreboard- 1st Community; end: 04-14-2013; Price: $500 a year for 2 years• Scoreboard- Ener-tel- end: 04-30-2014; Price: $500 a year for 2 yearsScoreboards, Quad 3:• Field 1 & 4 Carr Clinic- end: 09-21-2012; Price: $1500 a year for 3 years• Field 2 & 3 Bug Express-end: 09-21-2012; Price: $1500 a year for 3 years
  12. 12. Texas Bank Sports ComplexSponsorships, Quad 3:• Quad Sponsor Concho Bail Bond- end: 07-30-2012; Price: $4000 a year for 3 years• Field 1- Bug Express- end: 09-21-2012; Price: $1500 a year for 3 years• Field 2- Community Sports Medicine- end: 07-31-2012; Price: $1500 a year for 3 years• Field 3- Bug Express- end: 09-21-2012; Price: $1500 a year for 3 years• Field 4- AEP Texas- end: 09-14-2012; Price: $2500 a year for 3 years
  13. 13. Texas Bank Sports ComplexSponsorships, Quad 4:• Field 4 Suddenlink- end: 07-30-2012; Price: $4000 a year for 3 years; plus $1000 for 2 pole banners• Scoreboards• Field 3 Walmart- end 03-09-2014• Field 4 1st Community FCU-end 04-14-22013
  14. 14. Texas Bank Sports ComplexOutstanding Operations Matters: • Future maintenance equipment replacement – $150k • Raw water vs. City Water vs. effluent water • Replace failing irrigation valves and heads – $40k • Irrigation surrounding sand volleyball courts – $8-10k • Irrigation southeast of complex ~5 acres – $75-90k
  15. 15. Texas Bank Sports Complex• Outstanding Facility Needs: • Netting – estimated cost $40k - $600k • Bathrooms – estimated cost $250k • Additional scoreboards – estimated cost $15k • Picnic shelter – estimated cost $75k • Umpire building – estimated cost $400k • Additional storage – estimated cost $50k • Additional playground equipment – $30k • Concessions canopies – $50,000 • Improvements to northern boundary areas – $25k

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