ANN ARBOR - The University of Michigan Athletic Department announced today (Wednesday, March 9) that all the premium seats -- indoor and outdoor club seats and suites -- at Michigan Stadium are sold out for the upcoming 2011 season.
"We have received a tremendous response from our fans with respect to the new
seating opportunities at Michigan Stadium," said Athletic Director Dave Brandon.
"Our development office has done a great job getting commitments on every club
seat and suite, and because of their hard work we've generated a waiting list
for those areas."
All 81 suites are sold out for the next two seasons and the 3,000-plus club
seats have been committed for the 2011 season. The indoor and outdoor club seats
on the east side of Michigan Stadium and the chair back seats on the west side
require an annual renewal, while suites require a multi-year commitment.
Fans interested in being placed on the waiting list for club seats or suites can
contact the Athletic Development Office by phone (734-764-7131) or email
Michigan had commitments on 93 percent of the club seats and 80 percent of the
suites during the 2010 football season.
Michigan Stadium Premium Seats Sold Out
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