The former residence of the Arizona Coyotes is getting a new name together with a new facelift, in line with Desert Diamond Casinos.
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Editor’s notice: The above video aired throughout a earlier broadcast.
The arena previously often known as “Gila River Arena” can be getting a new name and a new facelift after a new partnership with Desert Diamond Casinos and ASM Global.
The 18,000-seat arena will now be often known as “Desert Diamond Arena.”
The name change is “only the beginning” of modifications made to the leisure space, in line with a current press launch from the on line casino. Other future modifications embody arena upgrades, resort and resort expansions and increasing leisure opprotunities.
This is about way more than altering the name of the arena,” said Jason Oberlander, ASM Global’s Chief Commercial Officer said. “Strengthening our relationship with Desert Diamond Casinos by this new settlement will enable us to go additional than ever earlier than in delivering the very best degree of leisure experiences to our visitors.”
No particular particulars of future expansions or upgrades got within the press launch.
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