Lawmakers Say The Carolina Panthers Could Potentially Move Their Day To Day Operations To South Carolina

COLUMBIA, S.C. — South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster and other lawmakers just held a news conference discussing the potential of moving the Carolina Panthers’ practice facility and day to day operations to South Carolina.

During the news conference, lawmakers said the Panthers would continue to play their games at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina.  However, all essential personnel will move to a new facility that will be built in either York County or Lancaster County, South Carolina.

Lawmakers are working with new Panthers’ owner David Tepper.  During the news conference, they said the next step is for Tepper to agree to the terms to move the team’s day to day operations to South Carolina.

Charlotte Mayor Vi Lyles issued this statement to WCCB, Charlotte’s CW,

“The Panthers are an integral part of the Carolinas and the Charlotte region’s economy. We support their Two states. One team orientation. What’s good for our region is good for all of us.”

This is a developing story.  Check back for updates.