NASL Business: The Scorpions

Apologies for the lack of posts over the last few days.  Some technical issues with WordPress (likely combined with some user error), have consigned a number of engaging and landmark posts to the dustbin.  Tonight was supposed to be about the business success of the NASL’s San Antonio Scorpions, including their almost 10k average attendance, coming new stadium (Toyota Park), on the field success.
There was also a bit about adding some more coverage of the NASL and some of the other business success stories.  Alas, that was not to be, but for those interested in a stadium camera of the ongoing construction at Toyota Field (which is part of a sprawling theme park), click here (it it works).  According to the team’s website talking about the facility, “Toyota support for the Scorpions will be visible in multiple communications initiatives for the team. Capable of expansion in stages to 18,000 seats.”

The post ended with a request for e-mails or comments from those of you that are fans of the NASL and have some thoughts on some of the business aspects of that league.

One Response

  1. I wonder If Gordon Hartman has aspiration’s to make the jump up to MLS?

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