PADUCAH, Ky. (AP) - A new western Kentucky high school has reached deals to sell the naming rights to the gymnasium and on-campus field houses and is seeking sponsors willing to pay up to $200,000 to name the football stadium.
McCracken County High School - being born out of a merger of Heath, Lone Oak and Reidland high schools - wants a company to pay $200,000 spread out over 10 years for the rights to the football stadium.
The Paducah Sun reported that McCracken County Board of Education has already agreed to a 10-year contract with The Orthopaedic Institute of Western Kentucky for naming rights of three on-campus field houses.
The complete investment by the physicians' group includes physicals for athletes and a certified athletic trainer, is estimated at $410,000.
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