Brenda Tinnen, right, general manager and senior vice president of Sprint Center, shared a toast with Kathy Nelson, president of Kansas City Sports Commission, Ronnie Burt, president/CEO of Visit KC and city manager Troy Schulte, left, after they heard the announcement that the Big 12 men’s basketball tournament would remain in Kansas City through 2020.
Brenda Tinnen, right, general manager and senior vice president of Sprint Center, shared a toast with Kathy Nelson, president of Kansas City Sports Commission, Ronnie Burt, president/CEO of Visit KC and city manager Troy Schulte, left, after they heard the announcement that the Big 12 men’s basketball tournament would remain in Kansas City through 2020. DAVID EULITT DEULITT@KCSTAR.COM
Brenda Tinnen, right, general manager and senior vice president of Sprint Center, shared a toast with Kathy Nelson, president of Kansas City Sports Commission, Ronnie Burt, president/CEO of Visit KC and city manager Troy Schulte, left, after they heard the announcement that the Big 12 men’s basketball tournament would remain in Kansas City through 2020. DAVID EULITT DEULITT@KCSTAR.COM

Big 12 Tournament will stay at the Sprint Center through 2020

May 28, 2015 05:25 PM