The American Royal’s announcement follows the Foutch Brothers decision last month to withdraw its alternate plan to repurpose Kemper Arena as a youth sports facility — after the American Royal objected and threatened a lawsuit over Foutch’s involvement. All this leaves Kemper Arena as a woefully underused facility without a clear path forward.
The American Royal’s announcement follows the Foutch Brothers decision last month to withdraw its alternate plan to repurpose Kemper Arena as a youth sports facility — after the American Royal objected and threatened a lawsuit over Foutch’s involvement. All this leaves Kemper Arena as a woefully underused facility without a clear path forward. John Sleezer The Kansas City Star
The American Royal’s announcement follows the Foutch Brothers decision last month to withdraw its alternate plan to repurpose Kemper Arena as a youth sports facility — after the American Royal objected and threatened a lawsuit over Foutch’s involvement. All this leaves Kemper Arena as a woefully underused facility without a clear path forward. John Sleezer The Kansas City Star

American Royal halts plan to raze Kemper Arena and replace it with events center

November 25, 2014 12:17 PM

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