Bucks Continue to Upgrade Fan Experience in BMO Harris Bradley Center Club Spaces
Brand new Potawatomi Club and renovated Palermo’s Courtside Club to debut this season
The Milwaukee Bucks today announced a pair of new amenities for fans at the BMO Harris Bradley Center this season with the addition of the brand new Potawatomi Club and a redesigned Palermo’s Courtside Club. Both located on the event level on the west side of the arena, these two spaces will offer high-end amenities to club seat holders at Bucks games, Marquette games and other BMO Harris Bradley Center events.
“These new and renovated club spaces reflect our continued investment in the game-night experience for our fans,” Bucks President Peter Feigin said. “We will continue to be innovative in creating a world-class environment for everyone attending events at the BMO Harris Bradley Center over the next few years as we transition into a new state-of-the-art facility.”
The new Potawatomi Club, which occupies the former Bradley Room space, offers exclusive, high-end amenities in a stylish setting for seat-holders in the first two rows of the arena. The space has been completely reimagined with soft lighting and modern finishes, creating a classy area for entertaining guests or mingling before and during Bucks games, Marquette games and other events. The Potawatomi Club includes a private bar with top-shelf spirits and cocktails, along with high-end food service featuring light appetizers.
“Potawatomi Hotel & Casino is happy to strengthen its partnership with the Bucks during what is sure to be an exciting season of NBA basketball,” said Mike Goodrich, General Manager of Potawatomi Hotel & Casino. “This new amenity perfectly reflects Potawatomi’s brand of entertainment, and is certain to add to the game-day experience of each and every fan that visits.”
The Palermo’s Courtside Club has been a fixture in the BMO Harris Bradley Center for years, but fans will enjoy a completely new experience in the space this season. The club has been redesigned from top to bottom, giving it a more modern look while maintaining many of the amenities that fans have grown accustomed to, including floor-level entry to the court, private restrooms, coat check, a full-service restaurant, and multiple private bars. The newly-remodeled Palermo’s Courtside Club now features a new and improved menu, including the addition of Screamin’ Sicilian Pizza Co. pizza available by the slice.
“We’re thrilled to continue our partnership with the Bucks and give fans even more to look forward to when coming to the BMO Harris Bradley Center this season,” said Giacomo Fallucca, CEO of Palermo Villa Inc. “The new Palermo’s Courtside Club will offer fans exceptional service in an incredible setting, just steps away from the best basketball in the world.”
For more information on both club spaces or to explore ticket packages that include club access, log on to www.bucks.com/clubs or call 414-227-0842.
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