A PR notice hitting local news this week doesn't really sound like much fun . . .
In cooperation with Kansas City’s current mask mandate, the CBE will require masks to be worn indoors. Limited capacity will be enforced on an as-needed basis.
“It’s been 18 months since our shut down,” says Kevin Henderson, CEO of the CBE. “Our efforts [to observe local and national guidelines], coupled with city mandates, will help ensure a safe environment for guests. We’re glad to be back and able to reopen our doors to patrons, fans, customers, and visitors who have supported the CBE and Hall of Fame for years.”
The exhibits are probably nice but backyard hoops with headphones sounds more relaxing. Also, underlying this desperate hype note . . . There's behind the scenes "concern" with leasing agreements and the future of the NCAA in Kansas City.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
The College Basketball Experience, a massive entertainment space connected to Kansas City's T-Mobile Center, will open back up on Thursday, August 26. The CBE houses the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame, where guests can learn about their favorite players, coaches, and the game's history.