Who owns the Xfinity Center?

Who owns the Xfinity Center?

Xfinity Center (Mansfield, Massachusetts)
OwnerLive Nation New England
OperatorLive Nation New England

When was the Xfinity Center built?

Xfinity Center is the indoor arena and student activities center that serves as the home of the University of Maryland Terrapins men's and women's basketball teams. Ground was broken in May 2000 and construction was completed in October 2002 at a cost of $125 million. Xfinity Center, which has a capacity of 17,950.

What is the Xfinity Center used for?

The students of the University of Maryland use this arena as a major venue for all their activities. The arena has adequate facilities for conducting graduation ceremonies, concerts, state high school basketball tournaments and various other special events, having the seating capacity of around 19,000.

What is Great Woods called now?

Globe Staff,Decem, 2:16 p.m. Some of us remember when Mansfield outdoor amphitheater was called Great Woods. Now it's been newly christened as the Xfinity Center, the fourth name in 27 years.

What was the Tweeter Center called before?

BB&T Pavilion
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Former namesBlockbuster-Sony Music Entertainment Centre (1995–2001) Tweeter Center (2001–2008) Susquehanna Bank Center (2008–2015)
Address1 Harbour Blvd Camden, NJ /td>
LocationCamden Waterfront

What did the Hollywood Casino amphitheater used to be called?

Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre (Tinley Park, Illinois)
Former namesWorld Music Theatre (1990-95) New World Music Theatre (1995-2001) Tweeter Center (2001-06) First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre (2006-15)
Address19100 Ridgeland Ave.
LocationTinley Park, Illinois
OwnerLive Nation

What did BB&T Center used to be called?

National Car Rental Center

When did Tweeter go out of business?

March 2007

Who bought out Mervyn's?

In 2004, four years after Dayton-Hudson was renamed the Target Corporation, it sold off Mervyn's off to three private equity firms, Cerberus Capital Management, Sun Capital Partners and Lubert-Adler, for $1.

Why did Mervyns close down?

Although the company attempted to undergo reorganization under bankruptcy, Mervyn's ultimately succumbed to the ongoing Great Recession and announced that it would liquidate its assets through Chapter 7 of Title 11 in the United States Code, stating it "is the best course of action to maximize value for all of the ...

Is the May company still in business?

May Company California was established in 1923 when May acquired A....May Company California.
Hamburger's building (later May Company downtown L.A. flagship) at 8th and Broadway, ca. 1912
FateMerged with J.W. Robinson's
HeadquartersLos Angeles, California
Area servedSouthern California and Las Vegas

What happened to May D&F?

store founded in Denver in 1864. In 1987 May D&F absorbed 3 stores from The Denver Dry Goods Company (from the 1986 acquisition of Associated Dry Goods Corp.) ... It was merged into the Foley's division in 1993 which was absorbed by Macy's in 2005 when it purchased the May Department Stores Co.

Does may co still exist?

It was founded in Leadville, Colorado, by David May in 1877, moving to St. Louis in 1905. After many changes in the retail industry, the company merged with Federated Department Stores (now Macy's, Inc.)...The May Department Stores Company.
HeadquartersSt. Louis, Missouri , U.S.
Area servedUnited States

When did MAY company close?


What company merged with Macy's?


Did Macy's buy Robinsons May?

An abandoned Robinsons-May store in Riverside, CA, as seen shortly before being converted into a Macy's....Robinsons-May.
FateAcquired by Macy's & Bloomingdale's
HeadquartersLos Angeles, California
Area servedSouthern California, Nevada, Arizona

Who started May Company?

David May