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Lake Olmstead Stadium Has New Life Ahead

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When Michael Perry first drove past Lake Olmstead Stadium, he didn’t see an abandoned baseball field. He saw a unique opportunity for an outdoor event space and a new business model for C4 Live.

“Most of our work is at the Super Bowl,” said Perry, who is C4 Live’s managing partner.

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