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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- In a meeting held Monday, the AEG made the Louisville Arena Authority very happy. It also made the Yum Center a mecca for upcoming Louisville events as well.
"Our report projected 15 events and we've scheduled for 2012-2013, and I think they originally overall total counted 99 and to date their scheduled 130 so overall AEG's doing a very good job," explained William Summers with the Louisville Arena Authority.
The arena plans to host more events to increase its revenue, in hopes to pay off its bonds.
Also a topic of discussion at Monday's board meeting was wi-fi access.
Apparently there are certain hot spots in the KFC Yum Center where people can get better service. Signs are set to go up at those wi-fi spots to show fans where they can get a good wireless connection.
Financial data will also be posted online for the public to see.