Firm client, the Tampa Sports Authority, has reached an agreement with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for up to $100M in improvements to Raymond James Stadium. Steve Anderson, who serves as General Counsel for the Tampa Sports Authority, conducted negotiations with legal counsel for the Buccaneers, as well as the City of Tampa and Hillsborough County, to develop the legal framework for the complex transaction. The first phase, expected to be completed for the Buc’s 2016 season, will involve installing new high definition video screens, including 9,600 sq. ft. displays in each end zone, and improvements to the stadium’s sound system, concessions and luxury suites. Other renovations will include overhauling club lounges and expanding the general concourses and a team store. This agreement ensures that Raymond James Stadium will remain one of the top sports facilities in the country and will uniquely position Tampa to host future world class events such as the 2017 NCAA College Football Championship game, large concerts and Super Bowls. For more information regarding this important development at the Tampa Sports Authority, visit the Authority’s website at www.TampaSportsAuthority.com and click on “News”.