Teams around the NFL are always looking for ways to improve the in-stadium experience for their fans and the Carolina Panthers are the latest team that will be attempting to make a major improvement.
On Tuesday morning, the team announced on social media that they will be adding two high definition video boards above the endzones at Bank of America Stadium that measure 63′ high x 212′ long.
The team tweeted out a mock photo of the video boards that will be added:
Two new 63′ high x 212′ long high-definition video boards will be located above each end zone. pic.twitter.com/54oA34MZY2
— Carolina Panthers (@Panthers) January 7, 2014
The Dallas Cowboys set the NFL standard for stadium video boards, but Carolina’s would be a nice touch for the stadium.
With improvements to the Panthers home and the direction that the team is headed, this is something that could excite and entice fans even more to show up and fill the stands to watch Cam Newton and company looking to reach the next level.
Topics: Carolina Panthers