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Written by Maury Brown   
Monday, 24 March 2008 09:34
MarinersThe Seattle Mariners announced today that the Terrace Club, a premium seating and fan hospitality area of Safeco Field, has been re-branded the Wells Fargo Terrace Club. The Mariners have had a longstanding partnership with Wells Fargo.

Financial terms of the agreement were not released.

The now names, “Wells Fargo Terrace Club” is a premium seating section on the second  level of Safeco Field.  There are 4,677 seats along both the first and third base lines.  Seats are padded and include in-seat wait staff service of food and beverages.  Wells Fargo Terrace Club ticket holders have access to two exclusive, climate-controlled lounge areas located just behind the seating areas.  Lounges include full service bars and upscale food choices, some available only on the Terrace Club level, “such as a wood fired pizza oven, pasta bar, and carving stations” according to the Mariners.

Source: Seattle Mariners


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