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1 Pengrowth Saddledome Brad Lehocky, Steve Filyo, Chris Reaves, and Christina Gillespie Chris Reaves, and Christina Gillespie

2 Saddledome History Completed in1983 Completed in1983 $70,000,000 CAD ($ Million US) $70,000,000 CAD ($ Million US) Publicly financed Publicly financed Olympic Saddledome Olympic Saddledome Oct. 15, 1983 first game Oct. 15, 1983 first game

3 Saddledome History 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary Ice Hockey and Figure Skating Ice Hockey and Figure Skating International Ice Surface International Ice Surface

4 Saddledome History Calgary Flames Limited Partnership took over 1994 Calgary Flames Limited Partnership took over 1994 Renovation and Re-opening Renovation and Re-opening Hitmen (WHL) and Roughnecks (NLL) Hitmen (WHL) and Roughnecks (NLL)

5 Naming Rights Canadian Airlines Saddledome (1996) 20 years totaling $6.75 million 20 years totaling $6.75 million Canadian Airlines had exclusive team travel contract for the primary tenant, the NHL's Calgary Flames, as well as minor league affiliates Canadian Airlines had exclusive team travel contract for the primary tenant, the NHL's Calgary Flames, as well as minor league affiliates

6 Naming Rights Pengrowth Saddledome (2000) $20 million $20 million Expires in 2016 Expires in 2016 Average of all current major professional rights deals $54.6 million over 19 years. $2.9 million avg. per year. Average of all current major professional rights deals $54.6 million over 19 years. $2.9 million avg. per year. Pengrowth Energy Trust Pengrowth Energy Trust Canadian oil and gas producer and one of the largest trusts in North America Canadian oil and gas producer and one of the largest trusts in North America

7 Saddledome History Miscellaneous Events at the Saddledome Miscellaneous Events at the Saddledome 1988 Winter Olympics 1988 Winter Olympics Rodeos Rodeos Dog Shows Dog Shows Pro Wrestling Pro Wrestling Monster Truck Events Monster Truck Events Circus Acts Circus Acts Music Concerts Music Concerts Wheel of Fortune Wheel of Fortune

8 Saddledome Foundation Established in the early 1980’s Established in the early 1980’s Board of 9 appointed members Board of 9 appointed members Created to oversee Saddledome Created to oversee Saddledome Mission Statement Mission Statement

9 Saddledome Foundation Amateur Sport Grant Program Amateur Sport Grant Program $839,557 in 2004 $839,557 in 2004 Flames annual payments Flames annual payments Administered by CODA, Hockey Canada, and Parks Foundation Administered by CODA, Hockey Canada, and Parks Foundation Over $17 million Over $17 million since 1982 since 1982

10 Parking/Transportation Located 20 minutes from Calgary International Airport Located 20 minutes from Calgary International Airport Minutes from Light Rail Transit System Minutes from Light Rail Transit System 3,000 parking spaces on site 3,000 parking spaces on site Disabled parking at 5 th street entrance Disabled parking at 5 th street entrance $8.50 avg. $8.50 avg. $10.76 NHL avg. $10.76 NHL avg.

11 Inside the Saddledome Multipurpose facility Multipurpose facility Public concourse totals 41,677 sq. ft. Public concourse totals 41,677 sq. ft. 17,000 sq. ft. for NHL 17,000 sq. ft. for NHL 20,000 sq. ft. for Olympic standards Retractable seating increases floor Retractable seating increases floor to 24,000 sq. ft to 24,000 sq. ft The building extends 89 ft. high. Under The building extends 89 ft. high. Under the Jumbotron it only rises 70 ft.

12 Technical Specifics Power outlets for main use on the East End, West End and Centre South Power outlets for main use on the East End, West End and Centre South The East End is capable of exerting 1000 amps only 50 ft from stage. The East End is capable of exerting 1000 amps only 50 ft from stage. Remaining two can only exert 400 amps, 90 ft. away Remaining two can only exert 400 amps, 90 ft. away Lighting is a combination of metal halide (halogen) and incandescent (household lightbulb) lighting Lighting is a combination of metal halide (halogen) and incandescent (household lightbulb) lighting

13 Technical Specs. Cont’d More than 40 spotlight positions available More than 40 spotlight positions available Equipped with Supertroopers converted to Xenon lighting Equipped with Supertroopers converted to Xenon lighting Over 6,000 acoustic tiles teamed with the acoustical engineering Over 6,000 acoustic tiles teamed with the acoustical engineering JT17 Sony Jumbotron is the largest television in the world JT17 Sony Jumbotron is the largest television in the world 2.5m high x 3.3m wide 2.5m high x 3.3m wide

14 The “saddle” shaped roof Supported on pile foundations Supported on pile foundations Roof constructed with 6,400 pre-cast concrete panels suspended by post tension cables to create an inverted hyperbolic paraboloid Roof constructed with 6,400 pre-cast concrete panels suspended by post tension cables to create an inverted hyperbolic paraboloid 122 meter span & is only 60 cm thick 122 meter span & is only 60 cm thick

15 Restaurants and Clubs There are six different restaurants or clubs inside the facility that offer a variety of atmosphere’s. There are six different restaurants or clubs inside the facility that offer a variety of atmosphere’s. The first is the Avison Young Club. The first is the Avison Young Club.

16 Restaurants and Clubs Dutton’s Canadian Lounge Dutton’s Canadian Lounge Provides a sports bar right on the premises Provides a sports bar right on the premises

17 Restaurants and Clubs Saddleroom restaurant Saddleroom restaurant It is best known for its view of the surrounding area and the ice surface. It is best known for its view of the surrounding area and the ice surface.

18 Restaurants and Clubs Seminole Executive Club. Seminole Executive Club. This extravagant club is for anyone who wishes to experience an event in uncompromised style and service. This extravagant club is for anyone who wishes to experience an event in uncompromised style and service.

19 Restaurants and Clubs Fifth lounge is the Olympic Lounge Fifth lounge is the Olympic Lounge Located on the Terrace level Located on the Terrace level It serves two hours before an event and during intermissions at hockey games. It serves two hours before an event and during intermissions at hockey games.

20 Restaurants and Clubs Sixth and final place to dine is The Whiskey Sixth and final place to dine is The Whiskey Season ticket holders only for hockey games Season ticket holders only for hockey games Open to public during concerts and special events Open to public during concerts and special events

21 Super Suites The Saddledome has two of these The Saddledome has two of these Each can be rented for individual events Each can be rented for individual events Holds up to 36 guests Holds up to 36 guests Individual washroom, in-bowl seating, and catering capabilities Individual washroom, in-bowl seating, and catering capabilities.

22 Telus Conference center Located on the Club level Located on the Club level Offers state of the art conference facilities Offers state of the art conference facilities In-room sound systems, video conferencing, and in-house catering In-room sound systems, video conferencing, and in-house catering

23 Guest Services Located at the main entrance, west concourse Located at the main entrance, west concourse Trained professionals to deal with issues that arise in a quick and courteous manner Trained professionals to deal with issues that arise in a quick and courteous manner Can contact through telephone, mail, and Can contact through telephone, mail, and ATM’s located on the concourse ATM’s located on the concourse

24 Special Needs Guests Major consideration with the renovations Major consideration with the renovations Seating with unobstructed sight lines Seating with unobstructed sight lines Located at the north and south ends of the arena and the Terrace level Located at the north and south ends of the arena and the Terrace level The restrooms, concessions and public telephones have maximum accessibility The restrooms, concessions and public telephones have maximum accessibility There are no hearing devices There are no hearing devices

25 Family Cost Index-Flames Family of four Family of four Includes tickets, soft drinks, two small beers, four hot dogs, two game programs, parking, and two adult-size caps Includes tickets, soft drinks, two small beers, four hot dogs, two game programs, parking, and two adult-size caps Calgary Flames Calgary Flames $ $ % Change 4.89% Change NHL Average NHL Average $ $ %Change -3.81%Change

26 Concessions Concessions range from the main concourse to a 175 seat restaurant. Concessions range from the main concourse to a 175 seat restaurant. Cheapest price in 1998 Cheapest price in 1998 Volunteer Volunteer Teams and non-profit organizations are compensated for their time Teams and non-profit organizations are compensated for their time

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28 East NorthSouth West Seating 17,104 seating Capacity for Hockey Games 17,104 seating Capacity for Hockey Games 1,461 club seats 1,461 club seats 72 luxury Boxes 72 luxury Boxes Three tier seating Three tier seating Great sight lines Great sight lines 600 season tickets available in Sport Chek Zone 600 season tickets available in Sport Chek Zone

29 Box Office Box Office Hours: Box Office Hours: Monday to Friday: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday to Friday: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Saturday: 9:30 am to 4:00 pm Saturday: 9:30 am to 4:00 pm Closed Sundays & Holidays Closed Sundays & Holidays Open 2 hours prior to an event Open 2 hours prior to an event Main Box Office is located via 5th Street SE entrance Main Box Office is located via 5th Street SE entrance

30 Ticketing Ticketmaster Ticketmaster Calgary Flames Calgary Flames Calgary Hitmen Calgary Hitmen Calgary Roughnecks Calgary Roughnecks Concerts Concerts Special Events Special Events

31 Ticketing- Calgary Flames Different prices for different sections Different prices for different sections Flames average was $40.92 (05-06) Flames average was $40.92 (05-06) NHL average was $41.19 (05-06) NHL average was $41.19 (05-06) Season Tickets Season Tickets Prices range from$1, to $5, Prices range from$1, to $5, Special Packages and Group Sales Special Packages and Group Sales

32 2006 Roughnecks Season Ticket Information Season Ticket Location Season Ticket Price Total cost (Incl. GST/FF) Savings vs. Ticketmaster Box Office Regular Seating $171 per seat $ per sat Save $60 Club Seating (Sec ) $219 per seat $ per seat Save $67 Ticketing-Calgary Roughnecks Price range of single ticket Price range of single ticket $16.75-$35 CA $16.75-$35 CA Groups save 26%-37% Groups save 26%-37%

33 Ticketing-Calgary Hitmen

34 Public Relations Flames Foundation & Community Relations Flames Foundation & Community Relations Holiday Hospital Visit Holiday Hospital Visit Adopt a team Adopt a team Alumni Events Alumni Events

35 Tours Complimentary tours are available during the summer months at 1:00 p.m. daily. Complimentary tours are available during the summer months at 1:00 p.m. daily. Special arrangements can be made year round Special arrangements can be made year round


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