Texas A&M to open its 12 Founder’s Suites vs. Ball State

Home of the 12th Man and one of the best cadet programs in the nation, Texas A&M will debut its 12 Founder’s Suites which were sold out in a matter of hours at $10 million a pop for a 20-year lease.

And despite its access to members only, the suite’s concourse is public domain as two Texas A&M logos act as arrows, directing fans into a hall of Aggies football history.

Once inside, the lounge is accentuated by a polished grand piano, cushy seating and memorabilia in commemoration of Aggies greats, including Johnny Manziel.

Up the stairs of this two-year project lies each individual suite in which some were customized and tailored toward the donor’s specific desires. Options given at the time of purchase include different styles of countertops and the number of television screens the donor wants – ranging from one large screen for A&M-only viewing or multiple screens to watch other games.

Additional trimmings of the suites are dressed with helmets worn throughout the program’s history.

Another accommodation of the renovation to Kyle Field is the view each suite entails. Only a handful of rows back, suite holders not only get a panoramic view of the action, but a well-established field of vision of the entire stadium.

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