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AmericanAirlines Center To Feature Discounted Premium Seating Over Traditional Suites

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 30 / 16

Under a new configuration, fans can now "lease a box with four seats" in AmericanAirlines Center's CyrusOne Club loge boxes, which "originally contained eight standard suites that could hold up to 18 people each," according to Karen Robinson-Jacobs of the DALLAS MORNING NEWS. The spaces in...

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