The Alliance of American Football needed a $250 million investment/bailout to meet payroll in the league’s first week.
Alamodome management and concessions operator Savor Black Tie got the message from frustrated San Antonio Commanders fans concerned about long lines.
Partnerships with the likes of H-E-B and Red McCombs provide tangible evidence of the Commanders’ success in engaging the local business community.
Officials with the Alamodome and the Commanders anticipated improvements in the fan experience for Sunday’s 3 p.m. home game.
The crowd of 27,857 filled most of the lower bowl of the stadium for the 7:30 p.m. start and saw the Commanders defeat the San Diego Fleet 15-6.
San Antonio Commanders players’ shoulder pads will feature computer chips that track their precise movements to deliver real-time fantasy sports statistics.
The Alamodome has a new tenant in the San Antonio Commanders, but it continues to depend on millions of dollars in City subsidies for its operations.
The San Antonio-based grocery giant has signed on as a founding partner of the city’s newest home team, the San Antonio Commanders.
At least 33 of the players on the minicamp roster won’t be here when the season begins and rosters are trimmed to 52.
It has been more than seven years since the area’s capabilities to add to its professional sports offerings has been evaluated.