Inside The New Dallas Cowboys stadium

Inside The New Dallas Cowboys stadium - and afterwards was...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/28/11 Inside The New Dallas Cowboys stadium Finance and budgeting Jerod Lane
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4/28/11 Features Private clubs and bars 600 ton JumboTron hovering 90 ft above the field-the first HD JumboTron Video screens 160 ft long A futuristic look that’s one of a kind
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4/28/11 Why? Owner Jerry Jones said he wanted to raise the 7% statistic
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4/28/11 Comes at a cost Priciest stadium---capping 1.2 billion dollars Jones sold 300 million dollars of his real estate to help pay for the stadium
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4/28/11 Strategies 30 year license—costing between 16,000- and 150,000 to sit in the suites and high priced “club seats” This does not include the cost of season tickets that range from 59$- 340$ per game
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4/28/11 Other places in the stadium Standing seats cost 29$ a head— called “party passes”
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4/28/11 Outcome? By mid September---95% of their clu and reserved seats were sold to season ticket holders
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4/28/11 Investment for Jerry Jones Bought team for 150 million in 1989
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Unformatted text preview: and afterwards was in debt 4/28/11 Question? would you take a risk with that much money and a team that might not have a lot of success? Chances of bankruptcies? 4/28/11 Smart Decision Investing and successful budgeting now made the team worth 1.5 billion 4/28/11 And for Jerry Jones When he bought the team in 1989 for 1.5 million dollars he used up all of his money and was in debt. .now he is worth 1.3 billion dollars 4/28/11 Ideas Investing money is not always going to be positive but hard work and self dedication will boost the chances 4/28/11 Works Cited Lacayo, R. (2009, Sep. 21 ). Inside the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium . Mar. 3, 2010, http://www.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,1924535,00.html http://www.forbes.com/2008/01/17/football-allen-billionaires-biz-sports-cz_kk_0117football.html http://forbeslife.nl/lists/2007/30/biz_07nfl_Dallas-Cowboys_300988.html...
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