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Cardinals Removing Seats From Busch Stadium For New Budweiser Terrace

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 15 / 18

The MLB Cardinals "spent $800,000 removing a significant number of seats from the right field terrace to make way" for the newly announced Budweiser Terrace , which "will feature a multilevel, 20,000-square-foot area with two full service bars, standing areas and lounge seating within the bowl" of ...

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