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Article from the Atlanta Business Chronicle

The Atlanta Falcons will have a name for their new $1.5 billion stadium “sooner rather than later,” Rich McKay, the team’s president and CEO, told members of the Cobb Chamber of Commerce Monday.
“We’ll make that announcement … any time now,” said McKay, who gave a breakfast audience at the Cobb Energy Centre an update on the stadium and the team as the Falcons prepare for the 2015 season.
He said construction on the stadium that will replace the Georgia Dome is 30 percent to 35 percent done. The pouring of concrete at the stadium site adjacent to the Dome is about 90 percent complete, while work on the steel structure is due to begin by the end of this month, he said.

McKay praised the Atlanta Braves’ selection of SunTrust Banks Inc. (NYSE: STI) as the winner of naming rights for the new baseball stadium under construction in the Cumberland/Galleria area of Cobb County. He said the Falcons are seeking a naming rights partner that will make a similar long-term commitment to the team and that will portray the right image.
The stadium is due to open in March 2017 in time for the inaugural season of Atlanta’s Major League Soccer team.
As for the Falcons, McKay said he’s excited about new head coach Dan Quinn, hired away from the Seattle Seahawks, where he served as defensive coordinator.
“He’s passionate and he’s positive,” McKay said. “Dan Quinn was the coach everybody wanted to hire.”
McKay described the Falcons’ No.-1 draft pick, linebacker Vic Beasley of Clemson, as a perfect fit for the defensive system Quinn plans to install.

The Falcons open the regular season at home Sept. 14 against the Philadelphia Eagles before a national TV audience on Monday Night Football.

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