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Discussion in 'Scott Nix Frog Fan Forum' started by SnoSki, Apr 30, 2018.
Trying to get fair weather fans to come back.
Hopefully this is a success and expands to football and basketball.
Just a few years away from this being a normal thing across majority of college venues. Working on a research paper on this very topic as we speak.
It might work.
When the Rangers played at Arlington Stadium, many fans would show up to drink beer and eat nachos watching many average Rangers teams.
Back in college, Rangers tickets, concessions and beer were very affordable when considering wages back then compared to the cost to attend a game. Fun atmosphere at an affordable price.
This is a gateway to other sports...Guaranteed
I picked a bad week to quit drinking.
So now when I kick people out of my reserved seats on Sundays after the bounce houses close for my kids, a drunken confrontation will ensue.
Against DBU. Perfect!
Where is the justice for the mixed drink and bourbon crowd?
And it’ll probably work, too
Donati quotes in star telegram article make it pretty clear this is coming to AGCS soon.
When is free bat night?
Are we sure that ADJD didn't leave a word out of his tweet? Shouldn't the word Root be in front of the word Beer?
It also states that they will limit in-and-out privileges at baseball games due to liability issues. I assume those same liability issues would exists for football games too. Might be the end of in-and-out at football games.
Larger selection that I would have expected.
Among the beer available on tap: Bud Light, Miller Light, Michelob Ultra, Coors Light and multiple craft beer options.
Also, I wonder if this has been planned for a while, or if this was spur headed by Jeremiah after CDC left.
Is this the first time that alcohol has been sold to the general public on the TCU Campus?
Now we just need a good partner like Colorado State did with hometown New Belgium