Carolina Panthers wrapping up stadium renovation | NFL Football | The State
The Panthers are wrapping up the first phase of a $125 million renovation of Bank of America Stadium, which has been fitted with four new escalators, two new ribbon boards, an improved sound system and a pair of massive video boards. The first phase of the three-phase renovation cost $65 million.
Given how close they ran completion to Fanfest I would expect there to be a few hiccups in operation of the new features. Maybe not but don't be surprised if so. They might need a little time to work out any bugs. Or maybe I'm just jaded from my work life? ;)
Hopefully the new escalators will be operational because for those that sit in the nose bleeds like me its a haul up there. If any part of that can be automated it is much appreciated. (or someone can just carrying me up to my seat) I'm looking forward to getting a look at the new video boards as well. It's always nice to see replays during a game, good replays...that you can see from your seat. I don't ask fro much.
So those attending Fanfest please tell us what you think once you get there via the CSR Fanfest open thread.