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Coliseum named a “prime site”

Memorial Coliseum has been named a “Prime Site” by Facilities & Event Management Magazine for the 14th consecutive year. The magazine salutes the finest venues in North America with its Prime Site Award.

“We are honored to be recognized again,” Coliseum General Manager Randy Brown said. “Receiving this award for 14 years is a tremendous accomplishment for our staff, our facility and our market. It continues to be a testament of our commitment of excellence in all facets of service to our clients and guests.”

For more information, visit www.facilitiesonline.com.

–The Journal Gazette

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