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With most NFL teams expected to play without crowds this season, Buffalo Wild Wings is offering “season tickets” to recreate the stadium experience for one loyal fan base at its restaurants, the company said Wednesday.
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Cleveland Browns fans can reserve a season-long seat at one of ten local Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants. Customers who buy the “season ticket package” will secure four seats in a custom-designed seating area dubbed the “Dawg Pound,” in a nod to the Browns’ famously rowdy cheering section at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland.
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