Florida State Sponsors Don’t Want Their Names On Analysts
The Seminoles are having difficulty funding everyday essentials. Based on Democrat reporter Jeffrey Burlew in Tallahassee, Fla., is running short on donations for the new toilets and urinals, as well as the old rebar in their soccer stadium. Burlew quoted the university’s athletic director, who said, “Honestly, it’s not something sponsors dream of being named after.”
FSU athletic director David Coburn, who was the first to speak, said it was difficult to raise money to buy new urinals and toilets and replace rusted rebar. “Honestly, it’s not what sponsors dream of being named after.”
– Jeffrey Burlew (@JeffBurlew) December 9, 2021
A Twitter user answered on Burlew’s tweet, saying he would love to have his own placard on a restroom counter.
I would absolutely pay a buck for a placard on the toilet.
– APop (@ APopham27) December 9, 2021
Again answered with a math equation that seems reasonable.
Restrooms = visitors = great local economy. Why don’t we get 20 million from taxpayer savings?
– Jon Hill (@JonHill74180947) December 9, 2021
Others argue that the school should not take more money from taxpayers to fund a project that already has so much income. Despite that, the State of Florida wants everything to be done as soon as possible.
Coburn addressed the matter in the rooms of the Tallahassee City Commission on Thursday afternoon. There, the Intergovernmental Body met to discuss the recent Seminoles stadium proposal. The proposal involves a $26.45 million investment in repairs at Doak Campbell Stadium.
Honestly, the athletic director made a great point. After people graduate and transfer from their respective universities, they may want to go back to their alma mater with money. However, not many sponsors want their names engraved on a metal plaque on a urinal in a football stadium. It’s much more rewarding to see their names on something more leisurely and engaging, like a park bench on a college campus.
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