Industry News

Tod Leiweke, Tampa Bay Lightning

Tod Leiweke was named Chief Executive Officer of Tampa Bay Sports and Entertainment, which includes the Tampa Bay Lightning, Tampa Bay Storm, and the Tampa Bay Times Forum, in 2010. Leiweke, who is in his 30th season in professional sports, has led the team's transformation off the ice which has resulted in the more than doubling of the team's season ticket base while vastly increasing its footprint in the community.

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The ALSD staff at the 2012 Conference in Minneapolis

The ALSD is a family first. We cherish all the relationships we have made throughout the years and truly view all of our patrons as family members first, association members second.

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ALSD and Victus Advisors

The ALSD has partnered with Victus Advisors to survey our membership regarding current and future trends in premium seating. Our goal for this survey is to gather, measure, and share ALSD member attitudes toward the state of the premium seating industry. 

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Rendering of proposed renovations at Nippert Stadium

Premium seating and other stadium improvements are needed to sustain UC’s financial future 

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The new events center would be the new home of the Red Wings, replacing Joe Louis Arena, one of the most beloved but oldest arena's in the NHL.

The new multipurpose events center would be part of a much larger entertainment district

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The "preferred option" for the proposed new Seattle arena

The current building site is the SODO neighborhood south of Safeco Field

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Rendering of the proposed UNLV Now Stadium

The project includes a proposed stadium that could attract 15-20 big events annually

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Company Branded Cutco Knives

ALSD's take on and a synopsis of a recent blog post written by Darren Hardy, Publisher of SUCCESS Magazine, who shares his advice for how to come up with the perfect gift this year for VIP clients, premium seat holders included:

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TD Garden

The upgrade is the first complete overhaul of the arena’s suites since the building opened in 1995.


TD Garden owner Delaware North Companies has updated half of the 89 executive suites in time for the beginning of this new Boston Celtics season. Having only minor cosmetic improvements to date, this is the first major overhaul of suites since TD Garden opened in 1995. 


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Steve Cady Arena

Tickets for up to 24 people included.


Miami Hockey fans now have the opportunity to rent a suite for a RedHawks game Steve Cady Arena. Available on a per-game basis, the suite is located on the bench side of the arena in the corner by the videoboard.


Food and beverage, provided by Carillon Catering, can also be purchased for the suite as well as tickets for up to 24 people.


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