Saturday, July 18, 2009

SEA Approves Monies for Penguins New Video System

It was announced on Thursday that the SEA (the Sports and Exhibition Authority) approved $8.4 million for the video system in the Penguins new home at the Consol Energy Center.
The money will be put toward the main, center-ice video system, basketball and hockey scoring systems, a game clock, goal lights, air horn and ticket window displays at the arena, said Chris Cieslak, a representative for the SEA.
They also approved another $3.7 million for the cost to operate the system.

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