The San Francisco 49ers are known for having one of the NFL’s greatest dynasties, winning five Super Bowl championships in just 14 years, between 1981 and 1994, with four of those championships in the 1980s. Recently the team relocated to Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, after playing at Candlestick Park in San Francisco from 1971 to 2013. Levi’s Stadium and the 49ers recently were in search of a Financial Reporting Manager that would be responsible for all aspects of internal and external financial reporting, including budgeting, forecasting and variance analysis for the team and venue.
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Delaware North Companies Boston is home to the TD Garden and Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League. The TD Garden has long been one of the must-play sporting and entertainment venues in the world. Anchor tenants include the Boston Bruins and the NBA Boston Celtics, some of the most successful franchises in their respective leagues. That notwithstanding, Delaware North Companies Boston has built a championship squad off the ice, court and field, as well, that’s dedicated to delivering first-rate sporting and entertainment experiences. Pair that with the commitment of the Jacobs family, which has owned the arena and the Boston Bruins since 1975, and all signs point to victory.
The Boston Bruins, the 2011 Stanley Cup Champions, are one of the original six teams of the National Hockey League, and is known equally well for an unrelenting style of play that has led it to six overall Stanley Cup championships. Over the 30-plus years that Delaware North Companies Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jeremy Jacobs has owned the legendary team, it has showcased some of the best talent the sport of hockey has ever seen. Fifty-two Bruins have been inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
The Rose Quarter is a 30-acre sports and entertainment district located in Portland’s Lloyd District on the east bank of the Willamette River, just east of downtown. The Rose Quarter contains two multipurpose arenas – The Moda Center and Memorial Coliseum – as well as a box office, four parking garages, a 40,000-square-foot convention facility, several restaurants and bars, and a large public space, the Rose Quarter Commons.
The Moda Center, which opened in 1995, is a 785,000-square-foot, 19,980-seat multipurpose arena and is the current home of the Portland Trail Blazers of the National Basketball Association, the Portland Winterhawks of the Western Hockey League, and the Portland Thunder of the Arena Football League. It is also used for concerts, circuses, rodeos, ice shows, and conventions.
The Memorial Coliseum, commonly known as “The Glass Palace,” is a 12,888-seat multipurpose arena located on the Rose Quarter campus. Built in 1960, it was the original home of the Portland Trail Blazers. The arena is still actively used for Portland Winterhawks hockey games, as well as concerts, circuses, rodeos, ice shows, and conventions, and hosted the 2007 Davis Cup Final between the United States and Russia.