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Security continues to be a prime concern for sports facilities, whether it's how best to screen patrons at the gate or how to deal with unruly fans. We'll talk with building managers, consultants and teams to see how they provide safeguards for guests and improve the game experience. From the high tech to the simple, find out the approaches that are employed and what makes them effective.
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