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SBD/Issue 60/Facilities & Venues
Cowboys To Use Giant Videoboard To Demonstrate 3D Technology
Published December 8, 2009
|Cowboys Will Distribute Glasses So Fans
Can Watch 3D Images During Game Sunday
WORK CONTINUES: In Ft. Worth, Susan Schrock reports the Cowboys have spent nearly $140M on "contractors, furniture and accessories," as well as event preparation, since opening Cowboys Stadium in June. The most recent Arlington report outlining invoices related to construction indicated that the team, as of November 25, has spent $1.09B in total on the stadium since '04. Cowboys Dir of Corporate Communications Brett Daniels said that a "few final projects are being completed and that work on the stadium should wrap up by early next year." Daniels added that construction and outfitting costs are "not expected to exceed the $1.2[B] estimate" (FT. WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM, 12/8).