Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Final Update From Old Milwuakee

I got home late Monday night after spending time with my sister in Milwaukee on Sunday and Monday. I thought I would bring you all up to date on the subjects talked about at the Saturday meetings.

There was a complete backtrack on concessions. Seeing as a potential owner is a Pizza Hut franchisee, he demanded that all concessions be from Pizza Hut and its fellow food Corps (ie. Taco Bell, KFC & Pepsi) only! The vote was a unanimous "Yes".

The Ferris Wheel is a go, and it looks like the go-karts may have been premature on my part, but a Water Park is almost 100%. They are also talking about a Petting Zoo, and a Milwaukee Sports & Auto Museum.

The big topic of the day was music in the stadium (most people at the meeting love that stuff so expect plenty). A Mascot - probably a mouse (for Cheese!). And how the cheerleaders will look and act! All pretty exciting stuff.

Other uses for the stadium itself will include Music Concerts, Tractor Pulls, Moto-Cross, Snowmobile Races, Rodeos, and a Circus. They are looking to book at least a month or more each summer to do these events, so the team would have to play on the road at that time. Plus many High School events from sports to graduations. The whole idea is to have a real family feel to the place.

There will be a restaurant next to, but not attached to, the stadium. Due to the success of TGIFridays at the Brewer's Miller Park, they are leaning toward a well known franchise, Olive Garden being the most likely. Applebee's, Chili's & Red's Savoy are also strong possibilities.

CSC will definitely do security and will not allow swearing or signs made in poor taste.

They are also planning on a having a moment of silent prayer before each event at the stadium.

The Wisconsin Dairy Board is most likely going to buy naming rights to the stadium, and at this time the name being proposed is Cheddar Stadium.

All in all it was a privilege to attend these meetings, and see the exciting plans.

That's it from the shores of Lake Michigan.

See you in the funny papers.

PS. UPDATE on the Hot Mother-Daughter at the meetings: The hot mom still hates me, but I got the daughters phone number!

ADDITION: Krispy Kreme donuts will be sold at all games.


Blogger fanokeano said...

hey bruce, i sussed out the reds herring of reds savoy being a vender in milwaukee but is the moment of silent prayer before every match a real idea being pushed forward?? why? also the hot mom thing came off a little wierd as it has nothing to do w/football and their looks as well as yours have nothing to do w/why they were invited,yeah? keep up the good work bruce! dang

11:36 AM  
Blogger tom said...

Dude, way to make the most of it Bruce! Anyone who willingly gives you their phone number has to be cool in my book. Frankly, I think that was the most interesting thing to come out of the meeting.

I don't have a problem with prayer before the game, but why make it silent? Why not have everyone pray as loud as they can? The section that prays the loudest should get a coupon for a free cone at TCBY in Heaven.

2:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


That is horrible.

3:19 PM  
Blogger shane said...

being a local milwaukee guy who terribly misses being able to attend FCD games after living in texas for 28 years and now having to move to wisconsin, this is all rather interesting, if not, as some have mentioned, rather disturbing. sounds like a circus.

9:12 PM  
Blogger brucio said...

whats wrong with disturbing? your team, the beer-soaked-brats will be fab!

11:43 AM  

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