"The remaining north end zone scoreboard space will have new ad panels as well as openings to the Rams Club," the release says. "This will provide fans with the ability to watch live game action on the field from the seating area in the Rams Club.
The renovated Rams Club will also feature an enhanced audio-visual experience with more televisions and better viewing angles. The south end zone scoreboards and ad panels will also be replaced with a new LED video board that is twice the size of the current version. It will feature the same state-of-the-art technology as the new north board. The remaining south end zone scoreboard spaces will be opened to a new Premium Club with a view of the field, inside lounge spaces, game areas and other amenities.
The Premium Club will have a private elevator and adjacent parking. Both new clubs on the north and south ends will allow some daylight into the bowl area, and most of the dark blue paint in the bowl will be replaced with a lighter color scheme to brighten the bowl.
The large Highway 70 marquee in front of the building will be replaced with new LED technology."
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