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Naming rights for Clifton Park Ice Arena put up for bid

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The town of Clifton Park is looking to sell the naming rights to its ice arena at Clifton Commons. While professional sports stadiums and municipal arenas like Albany County’s Times Union Center often sell naming rights to corporations, town Supervisor Philip C. Barrett said he hasn’t found another town in New York state that has done it. The town is seeking a minimum of $20,000 per year for 10 years for the right to name ...


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