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concessions question--- did they handle the huge crowd?


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For any of you that were in the upper decks-- did all of the concession areas open up?

were there any issues with running out of water, beer, food etc?

Just wondering if the sudden sellout (a few weeks notice) meant a problem stocking up and manning those stations.

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Mine did for 234!

GO BULLS!

FINISH STRONG!

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I didn't see anything to lead me to believe there was any problem with regard to the concessions.  Those people handle 65,000+ regularly.  

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I had to buy tickets because I promised more family members than I could get companion tics for. I found myself in the second to last row at the top of RayJay.

The concessions opened up for us, I literally spent the entire halftime waiting in line for my nephew to get something, but they were open.

Sidenote: The stadium looked amazing from up there. Of course, I would have liked to have been down in that rabid student section, but the view was inspiring for someone who has been waiting for Tampa to wake up and embrace our Bulls. The student section and those on the deck with the boat made it look like it was floating in a sea of green.

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thank you for the info USF08

unless you were in the upper deck or actually heard from someone up there, you aren't answering my question.

We usually cover the lower two levels-- of course--

but both upper decks being completely full is all new to a USF game-- ON A FRIDAY--- there are legitimate reasons to wonder ifthey had enough staff and supplies.

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I was on the west uppper deck, no problems at halftime just slow lines but thats going to happen with that many people.

It did look great from up there to see a packed house.

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I was listening to 620 on Saturday and someone called in complained that they ran out of hot dogs.  Not fitting for a Hotdog Environment.

Anyway, I was able to eat one because I got it before the game started.

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I was on the third level, and after our second TD we went down to get water and there was no one at the concession stands.  It was nice up there.  No lines (except at halftime) at the concession stands or the bathrooms!  I didn't notice if all the concessions were open; seemed there were plenty.

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