The Philadelphia Eagles announced that several stadium upgrades are in the works for the 2014 season alongside partner Panasonic. The partnership with Panasonic will play an important role in Lincoln Financial Field’s revitalization by spearheading a comprehensive LED display solution throughout the facility. The facility will be adding two end zone video boards totaling over 9,400 square feet and Panasonic will install a number of video displays in and around the stadium in time for the upcoming 2014 NFL season.
Here is what Eagles CEO Jeffrey Lurie has to say on the partnership:
Our fans deserve the ultimate experience every time they step foot into Lincoln Financial Field. One of our top priorities during this revitalization project was to enhance that experience by providing them with the highest quality HD video boards and LED ribbon boards.”
The final phase of the Eagles two-year revitalization plan, which will be completed in August, is targeted at enhancing fan experience with the addition of multiple state-of-the-art LED video displays throughout the venue. Fans a will be able to enjoy the highest-definition boards in the National Football League featuring two 10 mm pitch video screens. The north and south boards at the facility will measure approximately 27 feet tall by 192 feet wide and 27 feet tall by 160 feet wide, respectively.
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