GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - Brown County has inked a 15-year agreement with PMI Entertainment Group for them to keep managing the Resch Center. The deal guarantees an additional $5 million more in capital improvements for the facility says County Executive Troy Streckenbach. PMI manages all of the counties event facilities, taking care of all the operating costs, utility expenses, and gets to keep all of the revenue generated from the facility including parking fees. PMI’s pays rent on the Resch, which more than doubles under the new agreement. It steps up over the 15-years to more than $355,000 a year. That money will be reinvested into the Resch. “We ultimately came to an agreement that is a win win for everyone, and we continue to look forward to the great promotions and what they can do to bring is tourism” said Streckenbach. This deal is only covers only Resch Center improvements, although PMI manages other facilities like the Brown County Veterans Memorial Complex, Shopko Hall, and the Meyer Theatre. All the aging facilities have lagging maintenance issues the county has not been keeping up with, and this is just one piece of the pie. The Resch Center opened in 2002. PMI also will spend $1million on capital improvements and install an escalator at the Resch. “It gives us the opportunity to invest in the building, because we know we are going to be here for a long time.” PMI President Ken Wachter said. The deadline for a new deal was May31st, Thursday. Without a new agreement, events scheduled by PMI, like the upcoming Barry Manilow concert, were questionable. For years PMI Entertainment funded the Convention and Visitors Bureau. But recently, a deal was reached that the CVB would be funded by an increase in the hotel room tax paid. That freed up money for PMI to pay increased rent to the county to run the facility.