FRISCO SOCCER & ENTERTAINMENT CENTER AND BAYLOR HEALTH CARE SYSTEM ANNOUNCE LANDMARK PARTNERSHIP 13-Year Agreement Includes 6,000 Square Foot, On-Site Rehabilitation Center Dallas, Tex. – Frisco Soccer & Entertainment Center President and General Manager Greg Elliott announced today that Baylor Health Care System has become a Signature Partner of the Frisco Soccer & Entertainment Center. This will be the first relationship of its kind in all of soccer as Baylor Health Care will build a 6,000 square foot rehabilitation center that will be seamlessly integrated into the Northwest corner of the stadium. Baylor Health Care System will become the exclusive hospital and healthcare partner of the facility, as well as FC Dallas of Major League Soccer and the North Texas State Soccer Association, for a 13-year period, beginning in 2005. Baylor Health Care System also will be the title sponsor of the East Gate entrance to the stadium, and will provide a mini triage center at the adjacent soccer park for major events. Additionally, they will receive integrated branding throughout the facility, and will work with the North Texas State Soccer Association to provide physicals and other services for their members. The Baylor Outpatient Therapy and Sports Medicine Clinic at Frisco will be part of Baylor Rehabilitation System (BRS), a comprehensive continuum of inpatient, outpatient and community-based rehabilitation programs throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Dallas-based Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation is the flagship hospital and hub of BRS, providing specialized programs for brain injury, spinal cord injury, stroke, and orthopedic and neurological impairments. The Frisco location will be the 10th outpatient rehabilitation facility in North Texas. The on-site, outpatient rehabilitation center will provide aquatic and sports medicine equipment and programming for athletic testing, performance enhancement and injury treatment. Physical therapists, occupational therapists, athletic trainers, physical medicine physicians and orthopedic surgeons will provide care to patients. In addition to sports-related injuries, the clinic also will treat persons with a variety of acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions.