AEG Facilities, a division of Los Angeles-based sports and entertainment presenter AEG, has signed a venue service agreement with the AT&T Center in San Antonio. AEG Facilities COO Bob Newman announced the agreement.

As part of the deal, AEG Facilities execs will work closely with venue management teams to provide various support services and resources to enhance existing business practices and revenue streams at each facility. John Sparks serves as GM of the AT&T Center.

AT&T Center, which opened in 2002 and is operated by Spurs Sports and Entertainment, houses the National Basketball Association's San Antonio Spurs, along with the American Hockey League's San Antonio Rampage. Along with concerts and other events, the 18,000-capacity arena also serves as home to the WNBA's San Antonio Silverstars.

Last October, AEG Facilities signed similar deals with Indianapolis' Conseco Fieldhouse and West Valley City, Utah's E-Center.

AEG Facilities, a stand-alone affiliate of AEG, owns, operates or consults venues including the Staples Center (Los Angeles), Sprint Center (Kansas City, Mo.), Prudential Center (Newark, N.J.), Toyota Sports Center (El Segundo, Calif.), Home Depot Center (Carson, Calif.), Hartford Civic Center (Hartford, Conn.), El Rey Theatre (Los Angeles), Rentschler Field (Hartford), Target Center (Minneapolis) and the O2 (London), with additional projects in development.