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Found July 29, 2013 on BlackSportsOnline:

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The future of NFL stadiums is almost here. With a growing number of fans preferring to watch games in the comfort of their homes, stadiums have to think outside the box. The 49ers are planning to do just that according to Rand Getlin of Yahoo! Sports:


It seems right that a team from California would lead the charge on really integrating high level technology into a stadium. Lets just hope the fans don’t end up with $15 dollar beers after having the app find the shortest line.

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  • There is a beer dispenser out there called Bottoms Up! Check it out at www.bottomsupbeer.com...guaranteed to take care of the beer lines but their going to have to build more restrooms!!!
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