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Jaguars, Panthers Unveil Stadium Upgrades To Impressed Fans At Weekend Events
Published July 28, 2014
FEELS LIKE CAROLINA: In Charlotte, Curry Shoff noted the Panthers on Friday held their "first public event in the newly renovated Bank of America Stadium, and 36,315 fans turned out to see the upgrades." The stadium enhancements include "two new videoboards and ribbon boards, an updated sound system, escalators, lighted domes at the entrances, exterior lighting and paving bricks." The escalators were "a popular attraction for curious fans." Panthers coach Ron Rivera said, "The (videoboards) are impressive. I really liked what we saw as far as crowd participation" (CHARLOTTE OBSERVER, 7/26).