Findlay Toyota Center
|Former names||Tim's Toyota Center (2007–2014)|
Prescott Valley Convention & Events Center (2006–2007; 2014–2019)
|Address||3201 North Main Street|
|Location||Prescott Valley, Arizona|
|Owner||City of Prescott Valley|
|Operator||Encore Facility Management|
4,810 (ice hockey)
|Broke ground||August 23, 2005|
|Opened||November 6, 2006|
|Construction cost||$36 million|
($45.7 million in 2019 dollars)
|Architect||Sink Combs Dethlefs|
|Project manager||International Coliseums Company|
|Structural engineer||Martin/Martin, Inc.|
|Services engineer||M-E Engineers, Inc.|
|General contractor||Hunt Construction Group|
|Arizona Sundogs (CHL) (2006–2014)|
Arizona Adrenaline (AIFA/IFL) (2008, 2011)
Arizona Outlaws (AIF) (2012)
Northern Arizona Suns (NBA G League) (2016–2020)
Northern Arizona Wranglers (IFL) (2021–)
The Findlay Toyota Center (formerly Tim's Toyota Center and originally built as the Prescott Valley Convention & Events Center) is a 5,100-seat multi-purpose arena located at 3201 North Main Street in Prescott Valley, Arizona.
Since opening in November 2006, it is home to a variety of Arizona Interscholastic Association basketball and wrestling competitions; for instance, in 2011, it hosted the 1A and 2A Conference semifinal and finals games and the 3A Conference quarterfinals. It has also hosted a few monster truck shows.
Tim's Toyota, a Toyota dealership in Prescott with used car lots in Prescott Valley and Chino Valley, paid an undisclosed sum to be the corporate sponsor and namesake of the arena. That deal expired on September 30, 2014, with the arena reverting to the Prescott Valley Event Center name.
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