Kansas City Franchise Reinvention Now Reaching Madonna Levels


Dear people-who-used-to-start-"Move Kansas City"-threads-on-BigSoccer-every-week,

Here's further proof that your pronouncements of a KC soccer organization's inability to find success was a wee bit premature. It's OK though, no one could have predicted it (except for OnGoal LLC.)



Kevin said...

Good for them. They have STARTED a consulting business. And this is "proof" of what exactly?

JL said...

Proof that they are diversifying their income. This is a very smart move. Ask yourself; Why would I spend so much money in tech infrastructure and not make use of it or let alone start making revenue out of it? Hence the reason why this consulting business is being implemented in the Sporting KC world.


Anonymous said...

I'm one of those who questioned Kansas City's support of a team and I'd argue that the stroke of luck...or genius...is that they decided to build on the state of Kansas side near the speedway instead of the old Bannister Mall site in Missouri.

Kansas City's first year success in their new diggs is a good example of why any team who might pursue a new stadium should always remember the real estate rule of thumb...location, location, location.

Houston's decision to build near downtown is smart. Its still highley questionable as to whether Dallas decision to move to Frisco was. Will San Jose's construction site near the airport be a good idea? Some are starting to question if the country's best soccer stadium, Red Bull Arena, is hurt being in Harrison, NJ even though it has a PATH train stop a 5 minute walk away, and a Amtrak/New Jersey Transit stop in Newark, 20 minutes away. If you could pick it up, put it on a boat and float it from the Passaic River to the Hudson and dock it in New York City, the 24,000 seats would likely be sold out for every game instead of the 7000 empty seats it now has for most matches.

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yes they are and I have to say that I like this design so much, the shield with the logo was well designed in my opinion