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Nutter Center - Dayton OH
The Wright State University Nutter Center is a multi-purpose arena that was initially known as Ervin J. Nutter Center while commonly as Nutter Center. It is located at 3640 Colonel Glenn Highway, Fairborn, Ohio, USA. It was built by funding's from a local businessman, Ervin J. Nutter, hence named Nutter center. The center was opened to the general public on December 1, 1990, with a seating capacity of 10,400 (Basketball), 11,500 (End Stage), and 9,919 (Ice Hockey) with a construction cost of $34.5 million. It is under the ownership of Wright State University and operated by the same. The architecture of the arena is designed by HOK Sport / KZF Design.
A few years after the inauguration, the arena followed a streak of significant events including WWE's king of the ring tournament, Horizon League, WWE raw, WWE SmackDown and Harlem Globetrotters performances. It has also held some popular political and social rallies such as Barack Obama's "keeping America's promise" rally in 2008 and "Road to the Convention Rally" on August 29, 2008. The Harlem Globetrotters have also performed at the venue every New Year's Eve since at least 2005.
The venue frequently hosts the Winter Guard International indoor percussion, color guard, and Winds championship as a competition venue. It is Dayton's premier entertainment venue and is famous for the premier sports and entertainment events for men and women's basketball programs and the women volleyball program. Moreover, it is a renowned place for national touring concerts, renewed family shows, and musicals from every genre. The Nutter Center is also commonplace for basketball, volleyball and wrestling events.
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