If you are a big eater and a fan of baseball, the Los Angeles Dodgers have a new opportunity just for you: The All You Can Eat Section.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are converting their right-field pavilion into all-you-can-eat bleachers. Takers will have access to as many hot dogs, peanuts, popcorn, nachos and soft drinks as they want.
“Instead of paying cash, fans ask for whatever they want, and they get it. There are going to be some self-service parts, buffet-style, as well,” said Dodgers executive vice president and chief operating officer Marty Greenspun. Around 3,000 seats right-field seats will be sold for $35 in advance and $40 on game day with the all-you-can-eat special. via ESPN
This is all well and good, taking care of a demographic that wants to see a team that has been sub par over the past decade. But I wonder if they have thought made these modifications:
Seating: The seats are designed for a 5’1” person weighing in at 140 pounds, those are the folks not normally drawn to an all you can eat buffet. What happens for seating when you have a section that is all heavier than the norm and it is a sell out.
Medical Staffing: If any of you are old enough to have seen Saturday Night Live with Chris Farley being Mike Ditka know what I am talking about. “Da Bears!”
What other things am I overlooking that could cause problems for 3000 heavy eaters at the ol ball game. Let me know in the comments.