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INDIANAPOLIS – Most are aware that Indiana Pacers President Larry Bird worked hard this off-season to improve the Pacers roster. But while Bird and Co. were working hard re-building the team, there was some actual construction improvements going on inside the Pacers home – Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
Pacers Sports & Entertainment today announced one of the first changes fans will see this fall inside Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Renovations and remodeling over the past few months in the former Locker Room Restaurant have produced a completely reimagined premium destination, now known as the LightBound Courtside Club.
The LightBound Courtside Club is just steps from the court and will cater to courtside ticket holders before, during, and after each Pacers home game. Among the many improvements is a new location for a feature bar which allows more fans to be served in a quicker fashion. Refreshed food and drink menus will be available and guests will enjoy even more visibility into the TCU Court to watch pregame activities.
“We are very proud of our building,” said PS&E President Rick Fuson. “But one of our main concerns each and every day is to make this place not only the best in the state of Indiana but one of the best in the nation for our fans. This is their building. Through the cooperation of our partner, the CIB and our friends at LightBound, these new amenities will make our events even more special for our patrons.”
LightBound, a leading Indianapolis-based provider of internet, voice and data solutions, has signed on as naming rights holder to the exclusive area. LightBound’s business focuses on the financial and operational health of companies in Indiana.
“LightBound is excited about the partnership with the Pacers in the LightBound Courtside Club,” said LightBound President & CEO Jack Carr. “We are looking forward to working with the Pacers on the upgrades they are making to the overall fan experience at Bankers Life Fieldhouse which enable internet connected devices to get the best possible fan experience.”