In an effort to enhance the game day experience for Green Bay Packers fans, Lambeau Field has really stepped it up. This summer they installed a new $2.5 million sound system with 16-speaker enclosures around the roof of the stadium (instead of their former single point audio source on the north scoreboard.) There will be expanded video highlights, replays and highlights from games around the league during halftime and concessions have also been revamped. There’s a new gluten-free cart that sells gluten-free hot dogs, chili dogs, nachos, popcorn and other snacks as well as Redbridge Beer.
Many will certainly notice this convenience, as 1 in 133 Americans suffer from Celiac disease, an autoimmune disease that prohibits people from eating products that contain wheat. The gluten free cart will be located on the main concourse by Section 133. It’s refreshing to see the stadium listening to fans and making changes based on their feedback!
There are tons of other menu additions as well, and in 2012 there will be a new scoreboard and 6,600 new seats. It’s all a part of a $143 million stadium expansion that’s set to be completed by 2013. I guess winning the Super Bowl has a few perks.
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