luxury box

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luxury box

n.
A luxuriously outfitted private compartment for watching events at a sports stadium.
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The pictures were removed from corporate boxes inside the stadium and were replaced by more recent images.
Malcolm Macdonald, who had been commercial director, went from selling corporate boxes to taking over the team.
Mr Dickson said works in the first stage of the GCTC project included renovations of the existing grandstand lounge, bar and restaurant facilities, and construction of ten new corporate boxes.
Our expanded in-house catering resource gives us the capacity to offer corporate clients additional facilities and encourage sponsors to use their corporate boxes throughout the week as well as on match days.
FANS were disappointed to see Raj Kundra present at the Ferozeshah Kotla on Sunday, sitting in one of the corporate boxes and enjoying Sachin Tendulkar's dismissal by all- rounder Shane Watson.
England winger Josh Charnley scored two of the tries and second rower Joel Tomkins scored his first for the club since returning from rugby union, much to the delight of younger brother Sam - back at the end of the NRL season - watching from the corporate boxes.
A planning application due to be submitted today includes an expanded West Stand and a completely redeveloped East Stand, with new corporate boxes and a conference centre.
He also insists the ban is unfair because all you need to bypass it is enough money to a buy a seat in the corporate boxes.
Sales of corporate boxes are running ahead of King George day, with more than 200 filled out of a total of 250.
The stadium, located in Al-Ardhiyah area, was completed in 2009 and has a capacity of 68,000 seated spectators and is constructed in 4 levels, with 54 corporate boxes and 6,000 car parking.
The corporate boxes at Dublin's Aviva Stadium, where the United States Naval Academy will take on the University of Notre Dame on September 1, are already sold out.
Our sister publication the Gulf Daily News reported last week that ticket sales have rocketed and all corporate boxes have already sold out for the first time in history.