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The Federal Credit Union Event Center (originally IMA Sport Arenas and former Perani arenas and event centers) is a sport, leisure and congress center in Flint, Michigan. Situated in the biggest exhibition area of the building, the central ring of the building has an area of 2,720 sq. m. and offers room for 4,021 indoor and 6,069 outdoor events and 400 stand-up seats.
Second stadium of the ensemble has an area of 2.527,5 sqm. They are often used for fairs, soccer matches and other kinds of sport. Furthermore, the major stadium is used for music. The second such Flint facility to be mentioned by MI. was the IMA. It has been renamed after Bob Perani, who owns Perani's Hotel World, a sporting goods store in Flint.
Perani's Hockey World was paying for the right to name the resort. From 1969 to 1974 Bob Perani was goalkeeper of the Flint Generals. He has only 5 numbers out of the squad and his shirt #1 is one of them. Locally located high school and university use the stadium for their opening ceremony. The Perani area is also the first station for the Shrine Circus.
Perani also hosts the General RV Show every year. Past renters of the stadium included the IHL-hockeyteam Flint Generals from 1969 to 1985, the hockeyteam Flint Spirits from 1985 to 1990, the hockeyteam Flint Bulldogs from 1991 to 1993, the basketballteam Flint Fuze from 2000 to 2001 and the hall footballteam Flint Flames, which only ran for the 2000eason.
Recent iterations of Flint Generals entered the stadium in 1993 and left in 2010. Between 2010 and 2015, the Michigan Warriors home to the American Hockey League. Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Community Development Project. Fed Bank of Minneapolis.
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Flint Journal. Accessed March 16, 2015 - via MLive.com. Woodyard, Eric (September 29, 2015). "Mallorca Arena Soccer League squad is moving home matches to Flint's Dort Federal Event Center." Flint Journal. Flint, MI: Booth Newspapers. Accessed October 29, 2015.