Hall of Fame Village with Business Angle for legalized sports betting


CANTON, Ohio (News Talk 1480 WHBC) — As the Ohio Legislature continues to work out the ins and outs of sports betting in the state, the Hall of Fame Village is lending an ear.

They want a partner on board for that end of the deal when it becomes legal, and they’ll have more to say about a fantasy league fans can invest in later this month.

As the Constellation Center for Excellence emerges at the west end of Tom Benson Stadium, the Village says groundbreaking for other projects will follow in the coming months.

CEO Michael Crawford says the new public company has been able to raise $100 million in new equity for its future projects despite a tough pandemic year.

Click here for Crawford’s interview with Pam Cook of 1480 WHBC.



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