Creek Wood High School will be getting a new scoreboard for its football stadium after the school board approved an exclusive contract with Coca-Cola last week. The five-year contract makes Coke products the only beverages that will be served on the Creek Wood campus in vending machines, at concession stands and in fund-raisers. The high school will receive annual commissions from sales, cases of products to sell for fund-raising and a new Fair Play LED wireless scoreboard in Red Hawk Stadium valued at $20,000. The board approved the contract 5-1 Thursday night with only Steve Haley voting in opposition. Haley said he was not opposed to the proposal, but could not vote on a contract that he hasn’t been given the opportunity to read. Attorney Jack Garton said the contract is very similar to one that was proposed last year for Dickson County High School. Creek Wood Principal Corey Duke said the big factor for the school is fund-raising for projects and getting the new scoreboard to replace one that he said has been something of a “lightning rod,” causing numerous problems. “We’re looking at doing a fund-raiser through Coke as well to receive some more funds off of that,” Duke told the board. “We, unlike Dickson County High School, have not been as successful with the magazine drive and we’re needing to find some other ways to make some additional funds to kind of fund some of the things that we have in our school.” The school will receive $3,000 a year for a sponsorship fund and scoreboard maintenance. Estimated commissions for Creek Wood based on the proposal are around $7,300. Coca-Cola will provide, stock and maintain all vending machines with 20 ounce bottles only of diet and zero Coke products and Dasani water. Coke products will be provided for concessions along with free merchandise. For fund-raisers, school organizations can pre-sell cases of Coke products with the school getting a portion of the sale price. According to the proposal, Creek Wood will realize an estimated annual value of the agreement around $16,387, including the new scoreboard. The Red Hawks will be hosting county rival Dickson County to kick off the 2013 football season on Aug. 23.