Based in New York City, SCP Worldwide is a growing sports, entertainment and media enterprise operated by some of the industry’s most successful executives. The firm is built on a model of selecting undervalued franchises, venues and real estate opportunities and building them into robust business ventures. SCP Worldwide owns a diverse array of properties that include the National Hockey League’s St. Louis Blues, Scottrade Center, famed Peabody Opera House in St. Louis as well as the Blues' AHL affiliate Peoria Rivermen. The company also owns and operates the 2009 MLS Cup Champion Real Salt Lake and its home - Rio Tinto Stadium - a soccer-specific facility with related entertainment elements in Sandy, Utah as well as ESPN700 Sports Radio in Salt Lake City.
Additionally, the company holds a significant interest in Running Subway, the New York-based live entertainment company which recently opened "Discovery Times Square Exposition" in New York City. Discovery TSX is a 60,000 square foot space where touring exhibits, which previously by-passed NYC, can now come to life. SCP also owns the much heralded Tupelo-Honey Productions, a multi-disciplined, full-service production company. Additionally, they own an interest in emerging sports new media company Mangia www.mangia.net, as well as fantasy sports website www.rotohog.com.
SCP Worldwide (www.scpworldwide.net) consists of proven sports, media, entertainment and finance executives including David W. Checketts, its chairman and founding member and his partners, Michael McCarthy, and Kenneth Munoz.