On Wednesday night, Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones got his first good look at the additions to AT&T Stadium, made in preparation for the NCAA Final Four this weekend.
"The things that were so important to us were the globe (logo), and of course 'AT&T Stadium,' featured on each side of the building plus the plaza," Jones told the team’s official website. "We finished and made our deal and agreed in late August, and here we are at the Final Four, and we've got it all complete. It's beautiful."
It was indeed a good look. Jones and AT&T chairman Randall L. Stephenson viewed the newly made over stadium from a helicopter.
“It was both our first looks at it at night,” Jones said of the ride. “One of the real points of emphasis was that we would, with class and style, represent the brands of AT&T and the Cowboys. We both said 'home run.’”
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