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FINANCING FOR SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT VENUES may include virtually any type of equipment, technology, product, hardware or software required to operate sports or entertainment facilities including stadiums and arenas, civic centers, performing arts centers, concert halls, live event and staging venues, museums, amusement parks, zoos and aquariums, science centers, broadcast facilities, motion picture theaters, convention centers, city, state or county parks and playgrounds, or any venue or facility at public or private universities and colleges.
TYPES OF EQUIPMENT FINANCED: In sports stadiums and arenas equipment includes seating, HD LED scoreboards and large display screens, sound reinforcement and public address systems, digital signage and digital display networks, security monitoring systems, broadcast master control facilities, concession equipment, ticketing systems, POS hardware and software, wired and wireless communications networks, computers, servers and management software, training room equipment, kiosks, power back up, lighting, and playing surfaces, such as synthetic grass and portable flooring.
In entertainment venues equipment may include sound technology, audio and video mixing consoles, broadcast equipment, cameras, digital display screens and networks, large HD display screens, concession equipment and kiosks, administrative management hardware and software, seating, lighting systems, and stage technology Specialized venues such as museums, zoos, aquariums, science centers and amusement parks have their own unique set of equipment and technology requirements.
SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT BUYERS OF EQUIPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY: In challenging business conditions CEO's, CFO's, and financial managers seek budget, capital and cash flow solutions, to equipment and technology acquisition needs, in order to meet key financial objectives.
MANUFACTURERS AND VENDORS WHO SELL TO SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT VENUES: Financing offers an acquisition solution that spreads the cost of equipment or technology to match the timing of budgets, revenues and cash flow. Financing helps manage the uncertainties of current and future revenues and cash flow.
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