You may have noticed the word “sports team” is missing from the top of this article.
We’re talking about the “MLS” franchise that was recently purchased by the Colorado Rapids.
It has been an interesting few months for the team, which has had to endure the most high-profile team change in franchise history.
After the Rapids’ playoff exit at the hands of the Houston Dynamo last weekend, owner Joe Roth, who bought the franchise from billionaire investor Chris Hansen in 2012, has gone on a tear buying up every team in the league.
It’s a strategy that has not gone down well with fans, as the league has struggled to keep up with demand.
And as of last week, MLS had to spend $4.2 million in marketing in the United States and Canada, which was about half the total amount spent in 2015, according to a recent report by Sports Business Journal.
There is no way that’s sustainable, and the league is trying to figure out how to do something to address it.
The league has also had to look for ways to bring in new fans.
In 2017, the league spent $7.7 million on the promotion and marketing of its first MLS Cup.
But that’s just for the first round of matches.
There’s a second round of games that will be played in October and November, and fans can expect the league to spend more on TV advertising in the second round as well.
And, of course, there’s the regular season.
The first eight games of the season were sold out, but fans have been coming to the games to watch the players and the fans have shown up in droves to support the team.
The biggest thing that fans are wanting is for the league and its ownership to get more involved with local communities, which is why the league was able to get an agreement with the City of Denver to give them a stadium.
“We’re doing a lot of things to get people to the stadium, to get the stadium to work and to have a great experience for the fans, and it’s going to be a long road ahead,” Roth told The Denver Post last week.
“But we’re going to get there.
We’ve done a lot over the last few years to make sure that this is an opportunity that we’re looking forward to.”
So what exactly is the plan?
What are the plans?
The plan is to make it a regular season and playoff team.
This means that the league would have to pay the players an annual salary of $75,000 per year and also pay the stadium construction and operation costs.
The stadium would be paid for through the team’s “per-game revenue sharing” system, which would pay players a portion of their earnings and pay for other related costs.
This revenue-sharing model was approved by the league’s Board of Governors last fall, and now it’s in place for all teams.
The money would be shared among the players, who would then be paid an average of $150,000 a year.
This model was announced in November, but only the Rapids have been able to participate in it.
But the league says the deal will help the team in its efforts to get new fans, because players will be paid more, and that the team would not have to sell out its home games in order to play in a new stadium.
The Rapids’ plan also includes a revenue-share for local soccer teams, and is intended to help them compete with other teams.
That means the Rapids would receive a small share of all revenue from the league, with the rest going to the players.
But it’s not just the players who would get a cut of the revenue.
All other MLS teams will be able to share in the revenue that comes in from the new stadium as well, which should make the league more competitive than it was before.
The players would get an additional $200,000 each year, which will allow them to buy in to the new league, while also giving them a better shot at winning the Supporters Shield.
The deal was approved unanimously by the Board of Directors, and Roth says he expects the agreement to be approved by both the owners and the players in time for the 2018 season.