Naming Rights

Phil Matier: Naming Rights Considered To Fund Oakland Parks

Oakland’s Parks and Recreations Department, which lacks funds to improve or even maintain the city-owned properties, is now considering a policy that would allow corporations and wealthy donors to buy the right to name public parks, gardens and recreation centers if they can pay their care.


The SAP Center in San Jose. (Horge/Wikimedia Commons)

Underprivileged San Jose Kids Benefit From Shark Tank Renaming

No sooner had the name of the Shark Tank officially changed to SAP Center than employees of the international business management software company hit the floor to start building bicycles.


A model for the planned new stadium of the San Francisco 49ers in Santa Clara. (CBS)

Levi Strauss, 49ers Agree On 20-Year, $220 Million Stadium Naming Rights Deal

The legendary San Francisco-based company will pay millions to put its name on the new stadium in Santa Clara.


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Supervisor Drums Up Support For Renaming SFO After Harvey Milk

A San Francisco supervisor has been trying to drum up support for a ballot measure that would rename San Francisco International Airport after gay rights icon Harvey Milk.


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Price Tag For 49ers Stadium In Santa Clara Going Up

The San Francisco 49ers have raised the estimate for a new stadium in Santa Clara by $50 million.


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49ers Shopping Naming Rights To Santa Clara Stadium

The San Francisco 49ers will partner with a high profile marketing company, CAA Sports, to sell naming rights for the proposed stadium in Santa Clara, the team announced Wednesday.


The Oakland Coliseum ahead of an Athletics game. (AP) Lands Naming Rights To Oakland Coliseum

The Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum has been renamed the Coliseum under a $7.2 million, six-year deal approved Wednesday by the board that oversees the Coliseum complex.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–04/27/2011

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49ers Shop Naming Rights For New Santa Clara Stadium

The 49ers now have two years to sell the naming rights to their new $937 million stadium now that Santa Clara City Council has passed the agreement by a unanimous vote.