Morse Watchmans February Newsletter: Sports Edition
IN THIS ISSUE: Sports Edition
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Key and Asset Security for Sports Stadiums
As the world of professional sports grows, and the complexity of sporting events expands to draw in ever more fans, the need for security is only increasing. In this whitepaper, we will discuss several areas where stadium security improvements can be considered, and some solutions to key security issues faced in modern stadiums.
Case Study: Morse Watchmans Key Control Systems Help U.S. Bank Stadium Play On
U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota is a 66,200-person venue, hosting regular football games for the NFL and NCAA as well as baseball and soccer games, concerts, weddings, and many other events. Approximately 3,500 people make up the staff on a game day or during a major event.
Professional sports is a high-octane, fast-paced world with needs that can change in an instant. Major sports stadiums contribute to the ever-changing nature of the business, and not just by providing the facilities to hold the games themselves. These state-of-the-art venues perform an extensive slate of functions in order to create a complete experience...
When it comes to the world of professional sports, there are very few leagues that don’t bring in a hefty yearly revenue. On average, NFL teams generate $286 million per year, while Major League Baseball franchises average $237 million per year.