Buffalo Wild Wings creates the ultimate Dawg Pound cheering section

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For Cleveland Browns fans, Buffalo Wild Wings creates a Dawg Pound experience.

Buffalo Wild Wings understands that fans stand behind their team, even when the season might not go exactly as planned. For Cleveland Browns fans, no matter the outcome, the Dawg Pound is packed with fans. As the new NFL season kicks off, B-Dubs is keeping a taste of that game day ritual going.

At 10 locations in the Cleveland area, B-Dubs will transform part of the restaurant into a custom-designed Dawg Pound seating section. While this area might be a little more subdued than the traditional bleacher seating, it will be filled with passionate Browns fans.

More importantly, this version of the iconic Browns seating area comes with some tasty wings. Each season ticket holder will get food with their ticket. Included are “15 traditional wings, 15 boneless wings, a basket of fries, ultimate nachos and fountain drinks.”

Of course, Browns fans can be voracious. You can always order more food during the game (and a beer – we don’t judge).

Since part of being a member of this elite Browns fan section comes with looking the part, the season ticket comes with fan gear. From Dawg Pound face masks to shirts and even a cooler, you will be well equipped for the up coming season.

There is one thing missing. There are no personalized seating licenses for this season ticket purchase, but you are guaranteed your seats for each game. And, it isn’t advised to carve your name into a chair to make your own personalization.

The Buffalo Wild Wings season ticket package is $750 dollars. The cost included four seats per game and the other perks from above. Tickets can be purchased on StubHub (www.BDubsDawgPound.com).

Are you ready for some football? Grab a seat in the Dawg Pound and cheer the Browns to victory. But, if the outcome is less favorable, please don’t throw wings at the television. No one wants to waste good chicken wings.

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