After Wes Edens, the new co-owner of the Milwaukee Bucks and owner of English Premier League club Aston Villa filed a trademark application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for “Las Vegas Soccer Team,” he confirmed that his goal is to bring an MLS team to Las Vegas. Wes has a history of winning, not only in soccer but in other businesses.
Wes Edens is dedicated to bringing an MLS team from the United States’ top division league over to his backyard in Nevada–Las Vegas! He may be more focused on getting this done for himself than anyone else, but he is also focused on giving back to the community. Wes Edens will bring a soccer team to Las Vegas, and with that, he might just be saving Nevada from an enormous recession!
Wes Edens is a billionaire who co-owns the Milwaukee Bucks with a number of other investors. He also owns Aston Villa, which is among England’s most storied soccer clubs. Wes Edens’ group bought the MLS franchise rights to the Las Vegas market from moving its current LA Galaxy team there in 2017. They had been considering building a stadium on 18 acres of land near the airport, but nothing panned out for them, unsurprisingly since they’re putting in about half of around $2 billion US dollars for this new arena in Wisconsin.
Wes Eden’s company has applied for two trademarks, one for “Las Vegas Villains” and another for “Las Vegas Soccer Club.” Wes Eden has successfully grown his list of accomplishments, including making it onto Forbes’ World’s Billionaires list. Wes Eden is listed on the “Forbes 400” with a net worth of $1.95 billion US dollars. Wes Edens, an Oregon native who still resides there, will be building this new stadium just outside Milwaukee for an NBA franchise that he jointly owns with other investors.
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