AState Seeking Limited Alcohol Sales
Arkansas State is seeking approval from the university's Board of Trustees to apply for a beer, wine, and liquor private club permit for certain events and facilities on campus. The private club (NEA Sports Club) would distribute any net revenue to the Red Wolf Foundation annually.
Sales of alcohol will not be made to the general public at any AState athletic event. Sales will be restricted to patrons in areas limited to those leasing their premium seating and their guests.
The facilities involved would be:
- Centennial Bank Stadium. Sales would be limited to those areas where patrons lease their seating. That would limit sales the new press box area currently.
- Tomlinson Stadium. Like Centennial Bank Stadium, sales would be limited to the areas where patrons have leased premium seating.
-Convocation Center. During athletic events sales would be restricted to patrons in leased premium seating. Concerts, special events, and banquets may offer sales to all patrons age 21 and older upon mutual agreement of A-State and the party renting the Center for the event.
-Fowler Center. Concerts, special events, and banquets may offer sales to all patrons age 21 and older upon mutual agreement of A-State and the party renting the Center for the event.
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