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BI-LO Center Renamed Bon Secours Wellness Arena

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Bon Secours Wellness Arena is the name that will replace the BI-LO Center after 15 years. Bon Secours Wellness Arena is the name that will replace the BI-LO Center after 15 years.
GREENVILLE, S.C. -
Greenville's downtown arena will have a new name starting October 1.

Bon Secours Wellness Arena is the name that will replace the BI-LO Center after 15 years. 

Bon Secours St. Francis Health System acquired the naming rights as part of a ten-year, $4.5 million partnership in an announcement Wednesday morning.

"This arena already has a $60 million annual economic impact on the community and this partnership will help us to expand this impact even further," said Greenville Arena District Board Chairman, Jeff Gilstrap in a written release.

The 15,000 seat arena is the home of the ECHL Greenville Road Warriors as well as a wide variety of entertainment and other shows. The arena is managed by the Greenville Arena District.

The official name change to Bon Secours Wellness Arena will happen on October 1. 
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