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4Topps prove to be a hit for premium section

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 06 / 20 / 16

The Atlanta Braves have taken a premium-seat concept they first tested at Turner Field and turned it into a hot commodity at SunTrust Park. The four-seat terrace tables, produced by 4Topps, are baseball’s spin on the loge box concept, and have been a big hit for the Braves. It took on...

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