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NFL Panthers Add Second Private Club To Bank Of America Stadium Renovations

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 06 / 15

The NFL Panthers in March "disclosed plans to build and open a 32-member private club " at Bank of America Stadium in time for next season, and "now comes word that a second private club, located on the 400 suite level in the corner of the end zone, will also be added," according to Erik Spanberg o...

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