Carolina Panthers fans attending a game at Bank of America Stadium this season will notice some significant changes.
Part of a five-year, public-private financing agreement, the most recent renovations cost $47 million and centered on the lower-level concourse, the Silver Club level and the playing field.
“We want to give our fans every reason to come to the stadium. We know the younger generation watches sports differently. Of course, we want everyone in the bowl cheering on the Panthers during the course of play,” Scott Paul, the Panthers’ executive director of stadium operations, told the Charlotte Observer.
— Mike Trainor, S&A Communications