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No Need for a Concierge
Michael Farber
January 14, 2002
Here are some of the top amenities found in clubhouses and locker rooms in pro sports.
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January 14, 2002

No Need For A Concierge

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Here are some of the top amenities found in clubhouses and locker rooms in pro sports.

?Ten choices of entr�es, such as paella, filet mignon and salmon, are typically served postgame in the New York Yankees' visiting clubhouse.

?Soft-serve ice-cream machines in the visiting clubhouses of the Seattle Mariners and the New York Yankees.

?Fifty-inch television with surround-sound stereo and a first-run DVD library in the Texas Rangers' visiting clubhouse. Players lounge on plush sofas and eat popcorn from the nearby machine.

?Slushee machine with ice in two flavors in the Cincinnati Reds' home and visiting clubhouses.

?Pool table in the Dallas Mavericks' player lounge next to the dressing room.

?A hairstylist and shoe-shine service in the Tampa Bay Devil Rays' visiting clubhouse.

?An indoor putting green in the so-called Golf Room in the Atlanta Braves' clubhouse.

?Sound system stocked with a library of MP3s in the Toronto Blue Jays' clubhouse.

?A mini-amphitheater with two rows of seats for meetings in the Dallas Stars' dressing room.

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