The Texas State athletic department reports that only five of 15 Legacy Suites being built on the west side of Bobcat Stadium remain available for lease.
“We are very appreciative of each individual and/or company who is helping to make this project a success,” Texas State Athletic Director Larry Teis said. “We hope to announce in the near future that the remaining suites have been leased for the next three seasons.”
Thus far, Texas State has leased Legacy Suites to San Marcos Auto Outlet/Blewett Family, Budweiser-Brown Distributing along with J. Dan Brown and Laurie Brown, John and Chloe Navarrette with Century Tel and Anthony Herrera with TeleNetwork Partners, the Bowman Family with Hunt & Hunt Inc., Fry Roofing, Gregg Roberts; Jerry and Linda Fields, and Darren B. Casey.
Each luxury suite is leased for three-years with a commitment of $30,000 per year. The suites consist of approximately 475 square feet of floor space, featuring permanent seating for 16 individuals, including 12 individual chair back seats and four decorative bar stools.
Each suite includes a lounge area featuring a flat screen television, stainless steel refrigerator, cabinet space, private sink and a commemorative plaque bearing the owner’s name. Each suite also consists of retractable windows allowing suite owners the opportunity to enjoy the game in a climate controlled atmosphere.
Private suite-level attendants also will be available, and suite owners have elevator access to both the club and suite level. Suite owners also receive premium parking spaces right in front of the new addition for each home football game.
The suites are being built along with a Champions Club Level that includes 443 club seats above the press box. Those interested in leasing Legacy Suites can contact Don Coryell, Travis Comer or Chris Park at (512) 245-2114.
The upgrades to Bobcat Stadium, including the luxury suites, is part of a collaborative effort within the university to upgrade to bowl-level college football. In addition to the football stadium improvements, the athletic department has, within the last year, rebuilt its baseball and softball stadiums and added new locker rooms to the tennis complex. Soon to come are new locker rooms for the soccer field and new surfacing for the competitive tennis courts.Email | Print
Dang….$30K per year for tickets to what – five or six home games per year? So much for the recession I guess.
A huge thanks should be given to those that have already stepped up to support Tx State in this manner. Leadership does not wait on the sidelines even in these economic times.
Can you explain how you view this as “leadership”? Because I don’t think that’s the term I would use to describe it.