How the Sonics Fucked Their Way to $1B in Revenue from the Sonic City Fast Food Fiasco

The Sonics, who are headed to the NBA Finals for the first time in 30 years, are expected to earn a little more than $1 billion from the franchise’s failed fast food venture, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.

The Sonic Center, which is being torn down and rebuilt to be a $1.2 billion arena, is slated to generate about $400 million in revenue, the report said.

The report comes a few weeks after Sonics president Chris Granger told reporters the team is in the process of getting a new arena.

Sonics fans had been clamoring for a new home for the franchise for years and the Sonians failed fast-food venture has been a hot topic for the team.

The team has been trying to find a new venue for years, but with the team struggling financially and fans clamoring to go to games at the Sonically Center, the team finally agreed to sell its stake in the franchise.

The deal was announced last summer, but the Sonikas owners are still trying to get a new facility built.

According to the report, the Sonicks revenue from the Fast Food Franchise will be $400,000 per year, or $1 million per day.

The franchise was sold in April to private equity firm Cerberus Capital Management.

The NBA will use the proceeds from the sale to help pay for the renovations to the Sonimac Center.

Sonikans revenue from its Fast Food Franchises will be split equally between the Sonica, Sonics and Sonics Center.

The arena has been the subject of much criticism from the team’s fans for years.

They have complained about poor service and long lines at restaurants.

The issue has taken on new urgency after a number of players from the NBA’s San Antonio Spurs were found to be taking home $20,000 a night for attending a game at Sonics center.

The city of Sonica has been working on a plan to rebuild the arena and has said the $1,000,000 to $2,000 and a half-million for Sonic Centre renovations would go towards those costs.

However, a spokesperson for the Sonichas owners told ESPN that the money will go toward the construction of a new Sonico Center.