Convention And Visitors Commission Reimburses Rams $2 Million

The Rams and the CVC were in talks about improving the Edward Jones Dome, where the Rams play their home games in the NFL. | Photo courtesy of Wikimedia
The St. Louis Rams play their home games in the Edward Jones Dome. | Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

The St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission (CVC) has paid its $2 million debt to the Rams, covering legal fees and other costs after ending up in arbitration. The Rams and the CVC were in arbitration over upgrades to make the Edward Jones Dome a top-tier facility in the National Football League, a stipulation of the Rams’ original lease for the stadium. Arbitrators ruled in February that the CVC owed the team $2 million.

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