Does Anyone Know How the Tower Suites Work for Non-USC Events?

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  1. Does Anyone Know How the Tower Suites Work for Non-USC Events?
    PacTrojan

    PacTrojan Junior Member


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    Aug 15, 2019 at 5:41 PM
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    I know that the suites and Scholarship Tower seats are only sold through USC, so will they just be empty for Rams and the two September world soccer matches (Argentina v Chile on the 5th and Brazil v Peru on the 10th). Do suite owners for the $7.5M+ investment get to use them for all Coliseum events or just USC home games?
     
       
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    Aug 15, 2019 at 7:29 PM
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    At Ram camp they had Tower video & offered to talk about seats for Ram games. Coli was packed last season with Rams playing at playoff level. It felt like the Pete era. Hey, I wasn’t only SC fan there. Got my first Ram ticket when lived in dorm from alum back in the stone ages,lol
     
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    Aug 15, 2019 at 7:32 PM
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    The coliseum is am abortion of architectural logic as concerns USC football.
    Look at it.
    The entire football field is shifted west to accommodate TV.
    If the colie was about USC football the entire field should have been lowered another ten or fifteen feet with a wall being erected north and south at the field level bringing the end zones closer and symmetrical.
    But if they did that they lose too much field for Monster Trucks and the like.
    It is too bad. It was built for the Olympics and not football and it shows.
     
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    Yep! And that brings up the next question, what will be done in 2028 to accommodate the Olympics?
     
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    Aug 16, 2019 at 9:59 AM
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    But the wine and cheese is excellent, and that’s what really matters.
     
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    Don't forget the vast array of afterburner equipped elevators. Friends of Pat shouldn't have to wait.
     
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    And is why no one has built stadiums like it for decades. Any retrofit project on a structure like this is a waste of money. They missed the chance after '94 earthquake to demo everything except Peristyle and build anew. But of course incompetent and corrupt LA City politics took over and now they've just done the classic "lipstick on pig". In a year, Rams new home opens and will blow everything away.
     

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