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SEASON SEAT HOLDERS HAVE NEW WAY TO ACCESS BLUE LINE CLUB

By Josh Evans, OKC Barons on 02/17/2012

The Oklahoma City Barons are giving their Season Seat Holders another option for accessing the Blue Line Club Season Seat Holder Lounge during the game.

Beginning February 17, Barons Season Seat Holders will be able to access the Blue Line Club from inside the arena bowl.  From the inner concourse, take the stairs between Sections 309 and 310 down to the ice level.  Once at ice level, Season Seat Holders will walk past the Barons locker room and into the Southeast corner of the building.  Season Seat Holders will be required to show their ticket to access the lounge via the Southeast corner.

The Barons ask that you use your hockey etiquette by only walking up or down the stairs when the puck is not in play.

From that point, they will be permitted to enter the Blue Line Club.  Season Seat Holders will take the same path to get back into the arena bowl.  From this new entry and exit method, Season Seat Holders will be permitted to bring their beverages purchased in the Blue Line Club with them to their seating location.  Drinks  purchased in the Blue Line Club are not permitted in the outer concourse of the Cox Convention Center.

Season Seat Holders may enter the Blue Line Club at any time, but will be held at the entry points when players or hockey operations staffs are in the area, specifically near the beginning and end of each period of play.

Season Seat Holders may still utilize the other access point for the Blue Line Club by exiting the building in the Southeast corner and receiving a re-entry ticket.  Then proceed to the 1st floor and enter the Blue Line Club.

The Blue Line Club is located in the Southeast corner of the Cox Convention Center and is an exclusive club only for Season Seat Holders.  At the Blue Line Club, Season Seat Holders may enjoy a unique dining environment where they may order from a menu or eat the buffet.  The Blue Line Club opens two hours prior to faceoff.

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