On Saturday, the 365-day countdown to the completion of the arena begins on-line.
The Pinnacle Bank Arena website which can be found at www.PinnacleBankArena.com starting September first to coincide with the countdown.
The website will evolve as plans for opening progress.
"Right now content on the site is appropriate for this stage of the project," said Tom Lorenz of SMG.
"We are proud to be part of the city of Lincoln, the University of Nebraska and the state of Nebraska's effort to make the Pinnacle Bank Arena a reality," Pinnacle Bancorp Chairman Sid Dinsdale said. "We see the Pinnacle Bank Arena as a venue that makes Lincoln and Nebraska a better place to call home, and that's the Nebraska way."
Website features include quick links to sign up for the latest announcements and to purchase tickets at the top of each page, a link to a live construction camera, construction updates, links to University of Nebraska Athletics, news articles, a link to Haymarket Now! and general arena information. Event calendars and specific ticketing details will be added in the future.
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