Dome owners hire Goldman Sachs to help with stadium issues
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Feb 12, 2013
Goldman Sachs has financed or advised on the financing of every NFL stadium recently built, officials said. Louis Post-Dispatch, Goldman Sachs will be paid $20,000 per month, and up to $5,000 more for expense reimbursement, to help figure out a way to get the Rams to stay. The contract pays Goldman $20,000 a month, plus no more than $25,000 in total expenses, Dome officials said. Goldman will advise the authority as long as needed on ways to pay for Dome renovations, boost revenue if the Rams leave the building, and finance the construction of a new stadium. LOUIS • The agency that owns the Edward Jones Dome is fighting to find a home for the Rams in the region. The St. One league insider recently opined that there’s a strong chance of this happening, pointing out that Rams COO Kevin Demoff and his father, agent Marvin Demoff, have “strong Los Angeles connections,” that coach Jeff Fisher is a West Coast guy, and that St.