Wembley set for facility upgrade

Fletcher, Mike
March 2000
Marketing Event;Mar2000, p6
Details the plan of Wembley company to redevelop its Wembley Arena and Wembley Conference and Exhibition Centre to complement the proposed National Stadium in London, England. Pre-tax profit reported by the company.


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