October 11th, 2018 | by CollegeAD

According to TCU officials, the school has sold all but one of the 20 luxury suites that are scheduled to open in the fall of 2019. While filling up Amon G. for a regular season game at the private school remains a constant work in progress, TCU has mastered the challenge of packing its luxury suites. TCU director of athletics Jeremiah Donati said all 48 of the loge boxes have been sold, and approximately 60 percent of the club seats are gone, too. “We’re pleased with the progress to date,” he said. “Still a little more to do but we’re in a good spot overall.” TCU has nearly sold all of these seats, because previous athletic director Chris Del Conte and his successor both recognized that fans will pay a premium price for exclusivity. TCU’s game on Thursday night against Texas Tech should be a sellout, but packing Amon G. regardless of opponent is not exactly akin to a sun rise. The challenge remains the challenge for TCU and officials. The school’s enrollment has grown, but it’s still a modest 10,394. -Mac Engel, Star-Telegram, Read More

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