December 17th, 2015 | by CollegeAD

Auburn Director of Athletics Jay Jacobs has long talked about the importance of providing an exceptional football gameday experience and recruiting at the highest level. Those are just two reasons Jacobs believes it’s time for Auburn to move forward with renovations to Jordan-Hare Stadium. But there’s one critical question Jacobs wants answered: How much support exists among Auburn football donors, supporters and fans for what could be a major renovation to the North End Zone? That’s why Tigers Unlimited, the fundraising and donor services arm of Auburn Athletics, is putting a survey in the field to donors in select areas of the stadium. It’s all part of Athletics’ carefully crafted feasibility study to gauge the level of interest and potential for support. Before we move forward and ask for approval on such a major project, it’s vitally important for us to reach out to the Auburn Family,” Jacobs said. “This survey is critical because it will help us determine the level of interest and support for a potential renovation to Jordan-Hare Stadium. The level of interest and support in a major stadium renovation must be substantial for it to be feasible.” –Read More

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