Bucs New Concession Stands Fail to Deliver
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After hyping up their $7 million upgrade to their concession stands for the 2014 season, much was expected of the Bucs to deliver when fans made their way to Raymond James Stadium for the team’s first preseason game.
Unfortunately, for most that attended Saturday night’s game, the new concession stands were a let down.
Imagine waiting 45 minutes for one of the all new “freshly pressed” cuban sandwiches at the new “Taste of Tampa” stand because this cuban sandwich was the hot new item, yet the stand itself possessed just one sandwich press that could press just 2 cuban sandwiches every 2 minutes. I’ll let you do the math for a crowd of about 40 who were waiting for that 1st freshly pressed bite.
Still hungry after settling for a cold nonpressed cuban sandwich? Well, don’t get your hopes up for some pizza halfway through the 1st quarter because the concession stand behind section 109 is already completely sold out of pizza for the game.
Here are some other fans who noticed issues to the new improvements to Raymond James Stadium on Saturday night:
Our next tweeter could not find Sprite throughout the entire stadium, but that wasn’t his only complaint.