half paid to the Broncos, the other half to the district.As Invesco shed jobs in Denver and ultimately left town in 2009, the company still paid to keep its name on the stadium."When it was originally Invesco, Sports Authority
went to Invesco. It wasn't something the district did. But it did have to get (renaming) approval from the Broncos and the board," Sugar said. Back in 2001, investment firm Invesco agreed to a 20-year, $120 million naming rights contract.