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Marlies' arena agrees to 10-year naming rights deal with Coca-Cola

7 monthes ago   |   By Sportsnet

TORONTO - The American Hockey League's Toronto Marlies will be calling the Coca-Cola Coliseum their home for the next decade.
Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment announced on Wednesday that the arena formerly known as Ricoh Coliseum has been renamed after agreeing to a 10-year naming rights deal with Coca-Cola.
The change comes almost two weeks after the Maple Leafs switched the name of their venue, with Air Canada Centre being changed to Scotiabank Arena after MLSE and Scotiabank agreed to a 20-year partnership.
Coca-Cola Coliseum, which has a capacity of 8,300 fans, was constructed in...
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Toronto Marlies will soon play their home games at Coca-Cola Coliseum

Toronto Marlies will soon play their home games at Coca-Cola Coliseum

7 monthes ago   |   By CBC

Yet another Toronto stadium is being renamed.
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