Buzzer Beater

February 2011
Forbes Asia;Feb2011, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p68
The article informs that Rich DeVos, owner of the basketball team Orlando Magic, scored a 380 million dollar arena Amway Center. It has been stated that the Amway Center is pulling in 24 dollar per fan visit in addition to the ticket price despite free-falling economy and 12% unemployment rate in Orlando. It has been speculated that the Amway Center will add 30 million dollar in gross revenue from ticket sales, advertising and improved concessions.


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