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Jimmy Sacco

Vice President of Stadium Operations and Management

NFL

HQ Phone:  (212) 450-2000

Direct Phone: (412) ***-****direct phone

Email: s***@***.com

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James V. SaccoExecutive DirectorStadium ManagementHeinz Field900 Art Rooney AvenuePittsburgh PA 15212USATel: 1-412-697-7145Fax: 1-412-697-7151James V. SaccoSMA President


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Jim Sacco - Director of Stadium Management


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"Our goal is to provide a positive Heinz Field experience for all fans from the time they enter the parking lots before events until they exit the lots afterward," said Heinz Field Vice President of Stadium Operations and Management, Jim Sacco.


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The Pittsburgh Steelers are very pleased to find themselves finally with imminent corporate neighbors, according to James Sacco, Executive Director of Stadium Management.
The Steelers' Jim Sacco has a personal history of management of Pittsburgh entertainment complexes, including going back to the Syria Mosque. He states that the sports team, who hears regularly the concerns of community neighborhood groups, is quite confident that the entirety of the North Shore development will have enough of a positive impact on all of the North Side to dispel any past hard feelings or current doubts, and even build pride. With "increased jobs [1,000 with development all-told], tax revenues, and new resources," and even an increase in home buying interest, all of the stepped-up activity surrounding the land by the stadiums will be not so much viewed as commotion but vital energy, believes Sacco. The Rooney family has long-invested money and effort into reshaping the North Side as a whole, according to Sacco. Jim Sacco of the Steelers can't mention Art Rooney Sr. enough. Like it or not, it has Sacco's described energy. The Steelers spokesman even offers, unsolicited, more than kind words for the two cultural institutions bookending the North Shore-the Carnegie Science Center and the Warhol Museum. He considers them of the highest quality, and this estimation is entirely accurate. And Sacco acknowledges that recently, the Steelers understood and supported Governor Rendell's decision to redirect state funding set aside for this project to be redirected to the parking situation on the North Shore. However, he offers that the the amphitheater will indeed be built, and now is slated for being up and operational the summer of 2006, albeit not quite as large or with originally desired additional indoor music club, due to further funding restrictions. "It just does not fit into what the partners are investing in,"said Sacco. "Both of our ballparks still have rare open ends and very beautiful views," mentioned James Sacco. Indeed, they have been touted nationally as wonderful examples of modern sports arenas. James Sacco believes that someday Western Ave, just slightly up Allegheny Avenue from Heinz Field and cutting through the heart of Allegheny West, will someday be a major thoroughfare again.


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