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Club seats provide Super bash


Paul Brown Stadium club seat holders enjoyed one of their benefits Sunday night when the Bengals hosted their region's largest Super Bowl Party. More than 700 club-seat holders and guests attended the team's private party in the PBS East Club Lounge.

Clubs seats for the 2002 season are now available for purchase. Interested persons should go to the Tickets/Schedule Page for more information on club seating. For more details, including pricing and available seating options, contact Jeff Berding at (513) 455-8352.

The Bengals invited all club seat members to attend the Super Bowl event, with each club seat holder receiving up to four tickets. Parking, food, and non-alcoholic beverages were complimentary to all guests.

ARAMARK catered the party, serving a broad menu that included beef and chicken barbecue, nachos, buffalo chicken wings, meatballs, vegetable egg rolls, peanuts, popcorn, cookies, cheesecakes and brownies.

Bengals players, including Justin Smith, JoJuan Armour, Jeff Boyle and Chris Edmonds, and the BEN GALS cheerleaders were on hand to greet people at

the door and to later sign autographs and have photos taken with guests. Patrons entered the East Club on a red carpet with the players and cheerleaders welcoming them with Mardi Gras beads. Playing on the host Super Bowl city theme, the Pete Wagner Band performed New Orleans jazz in the lobby.

Once the game got going, fans had plenty of incentive to cheer action on the 50 television screens. Each guest was given a random entry in an end-of-quarter score raffle. Fans whose ticket matched the last digit score at the end of each quarter won prizes ranging from Wilson NFL golf bags and garment bags to authentic game-worn Bengals jerseys. A separate prize raffle awarded official Super Bowl XXXVI game programs. All fans were provided Super Bowl trivia questionnaires and game prediction fun sheets for their group.

The centerpiece of the party was an ice sculpture replica of the Lombardi Trophy. In addition, more than one dozen arcade games were stationed throughout the club lounge for partygoers to enjoy free of charge.

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