CyrusOne Club Boxes Opening at American Airlines Center

The new CyrusOne Club and loge boxes open Thursday at American Airlines Center, giving fans a sophisticated environment for conducting business while enjoying a game.

American Airlines Center

NEW LAYOUT OFFERS BOXES WITH FOUR SEATS


Companies are seeking to be more efficient with the entertainment dollars they are spending on clients. Therefore, stadiums across the nation are starting to provide smaller premium-seating options to businesses.

American Airlines Center is no exception.

In the summer, American Airlines Center announced the development of the CyrusOne Club loge boxes on the Flagship level. The new boxes will open Thursday.

The CyrusOne Club and loge boxes are world-class additions to one of the nation’s top arenas, offering fans the ultimate sophisticated environment for conducting business while enjoying a game.

CYRUSONE CLUB BOXES HAVE MANY PERKS

Previously, this area contained eight standard suites that could hold up to 18 people. With the new layout, the CyrusOne Club’s 25 boxes can be leased with four seats on two- and four-year terms. Purchase includes tickets to all Mavericks and Stars regular and preseason home games, access to the upscale CyrusOne Club and all-inclusive food and beverages.

Additionally, purchasers have admission to amenities such as priority access to Mavericks and Stars playoff tickets, VIP entrance into the arena, parking in The Lexus Garage, and first-right refusal to purchase Platinum Premier tickets for all other events held at American Airlines Center.

“This is another step in our on-going efforts to engage in the local business community and with one of the city’s most prominent entertainment venues — home of two premier nationally-competitive pro sports teams,” Scott Brueggeman, chief marketing officer of CyrusOne, said in a recent release.

For more information on the CyrusOne Loge Boxes and to book your suite today, visit americanairlinescenter.com/premium-seats-suites/cyrus-one-loge-boxes.


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