Hall of Famer George Brett to Keynote 2014 ALSD Conference and Tradeshow
The Kansas City Royals' most famous player of all time, George Brett, will keynote ALSD 2014's League Day and Design & Build Forum Luncheon on July 7.
Sprint Center houses 72 suites, the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame, and some of the best concert acts, which is why it ranks as one of the top arenas in the country even without an NBA or NHL tenant.Monday, July 7 Evening
Kauffman Stadium and Arrowhead Stadium
Arrowhead Stadium and Kauffman Stadium represent two of the most substantial renovations in stadium history. At $375 million and $250 million respectively, the technological and bricks and mortar upgrades make the venues feel nearly new, even though they are among the leagues’ oldest.Tuesday, July 8 Afternoon and Evening
The Ball and The Body: Sporting Park, home of MLS’s Sporting KC showcases a robust technological backbone, communal suites, and an unprecedented experiential matrix, earning it over 100 awards locally, nationally and internationally.