ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WKBW) — 7 Eyewitness News has confirmed that the Buffalo Bills and Pegula Sports and Entertainment are consulting with Legends Global Planning about exploring options for a potential new stadium.
.@WKBW can confirm that Pegula Sports & Entertainment has consulted with Legends Global Sales as they continue to explore options for a new stadium. This was first reported by @Venues_Now— Matthew Bové (@Matt_Bove) June 18, 2021
The story, first reported by Venues Now, says that the Bills and the Washington Football Team are looking exploring potentially new venues.
The agency which is co-owned by Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, also says that the Bills have selected Legends Global Sales to sell sponsorships and premium seats for a prospective new venue.
In March, when the Bills and Pegula Sports and Entertainment announced the naming rights for Highmark Stadium, Ron Raccuia, Executive Vice President of Pegula Sports and Entertainment, told 7 7 Eyewitness Sports Director Matt Bové about the future of the venue
As you all know, a couple of years ago we did a study. That study was completed. We went back to that study recently, over the last 12 to 18 months. Because of COVID, because of some changing economics throughout the country, the league, etc. we have since completed let's call the "revised study," and we are really looking forward to sharing that with our partners at the state and the county.
According to a source, Erie County has no involvement with the potential partnership between Legends Global Planning and Pegula Sports and Entertainment regarding a new stadium.