With football season in full swing, we’re super excited about all of the stadium projects we have in the works. As big football fans ourselves (GO BUFFS!), we know just how frustrating it can be for fans when their signal gets bogged down, and they are no longer able to share the moment with their family and friends all across the country.
Purdue is one of many universities across the country that has faced this problem in the past. During game days, fans have overwhelmed local cell towers, at times making communication impossible. Thankfully, AT&T has recently boosted their wireless coverage at Ross-Ade Stadium, which will give fans a much better experience on game days.
“Fans increasingly want to share memories with friends and family through social media, check stats and stay in touch during the game,” said Purdue senior associate athletics director Tom Schott. “We’re thrilled to add to the fan experience with this investment by AT&T.”
The best part? You won’t even SEE the new antennas, thanks to yours truly! STEALTH designed and fabricated these great vomitory (section marker) boxes. You’ll have to let us know if you spot them at the next game! Go Boilermakers!