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  • Sports facility would be 'brass ring' for Rock Hill, Knowledge Park

    September 2016 file video: City officials discussed plans to build a $25 million indoor sports facility that they say would annually inject $10 million of economic impact to Rock Hill. The proposed complex would host a variety of sports, including basketball, volleyball, and wrestling, as well as potential concerts or conferences.

September 2016 file video: City officials discussed plans to build a $25 million indoor sports facility that they say would annually inject $10 million of economic impact to Rock Hill. The proposed complex would host a variety of sports, including basketball, volleyball, and wrestling, as well as potential concerts or conferences.
September 2016 file video: City officials discussed plans to build a $25 million indoor sports facility that they say would annually inject $10 million of economic impact to Rock Hill. The proposed complex would host a variety of sports, including basketball, volleyball, and wrestling, as well as potential concerts or conferences.

Planned Rock Hill indoor sports complex could reach ‘untapped market’

September 20, 2016 5:59 PM