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SMG INVESTS $100K IN AMERICAN BANK CENTER

12/06/2011 9:25 AM -


SMG INVESTS $100K IN AMERICAN BANK CENTER
 

 SMG is a worldwide venue management company that has overseen the operations of the America Bank Center since its opening in 2004. The City Of Corpus Christi initially contracted SMG to maintain the venue facilities during 2004 throughout 2009. During SMG’s contract renewal in 2009, SMG committed spending $100,000 in capital improvements to visibly enhance the American Bank Center. Those renovations were recently completed.

“We have worked closely with the city in determining where the $100k from SMG would best be utilized,” said SMG American Bank General Manager Jim Salamenta. “The result is something that everyone near our facilities can appreciate regardless if they walk into the venue. This was our opportunity to show our commitment to continuing to enhance the community.”

Renovations include beautifying the landscape of Shoreline Blvd. median and Resaca St. berms as well as the landscape under the Selena Auditorium’s Rotunda. The area under the Selena Auditorium along Shoreline Blvd. was designed to be utilized as a rest area or for a mediation break for convention or conference attendees. Conventions and conferences that are held at American Bank Center are vital to increasing the visibility of the city on a national level.

Other projects that the SMG investment was applied toward include resurfacing and repainting the celling under the Selena Auditorium Grand Tier and replacing the sheetrock in the celling of the third floor of the Selena Auditorium.

For more information on upcoming events, visit www.AmericanBankCenter.com. American Bank Center is Corpus Christi’s premier event center. Find us on Facebook or Myspace and follow us on Twitter @AmericanBankCtr.
 

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