The Tampa Bay Buccaneers prepare for the upcoming 2018 season with luxury renovations to its East Stadium Club featuring everything new and modern.
These enhancements are the fourth phase of the nearly $160 million renovation of Raymond James Stadium, matching the West Stadium Club changes which debuted prior to the 2017 season.
The renovations include sleek bars at both ends of the club lounge, massive video displays, 162 televisions, a state-of-the-art audio system, and features such as dark hardwood floors mixed with carpet and bright, bold colors to accent the room.
"This next phase of renovations is part of the Buccaneers organization’s continued commitment to maintaining Raymond James Stadium as one of the country’s premier sporting venues," said Bucs chief operating officer Brian Ford.
"Last season, we introduced a reimagined West Stadium Club experience that was very well received by our members and this year’s enhancements have been designed to build off that success and bring that elevated gameday experience to fans in the East Stadium Club."
Fans and East Club patrons will be able to view the games in luxury with the new padded stadium seating and enjoy additional club benefits such as early entry to the stadium, new boutique concessions locations, discounted food prices, and autograph opportunities with Buccaneers legends and cheerleaders.
Also new this year for East Club members is exclusive access to a new 8,000 square foot, full service premium sports bar in the East Atrium that features a number of culinary stations, beers on tap as well as local craft selections, 58 TVs, and three 15 feet by nine foot video boards.
For more information or to become a member call (813) 870-2700 or visit Buccaneers.com
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