Steel security doors and tumbler holders are coming to the new NFL stadiums in Atlanta and Detroit.
The doors will be installed for the first time in Atlanta this season.
The doors are made by the German company D-Morphon.
They cost about $200 and can be purchased online or in stores.
The tumblers will be made by an independent company called T-Tumbler.
They come in a variety of colors and styles, and cost about a half-million dollars.
The company says the doors will make it easier for fans to navigate the stadiums.
“I think it’s going to be very, very popular and it’s very interesting,” said Paul Sperling, vice president of marketing for T-Dymorphon, in an interview with ABC News.
Sperling says the tumbled doors will not only make it more accessible to fans, but also easier for teams to make decisions about how they use the seats.
He said they’re not just decorative or novelty items.
The T-Meclon doors will only be in use in stadiums where they can be found at a specific time, so it’s not like the doors are going to just be around, he said.
There’s a lot of excitement in this market right now, Sperly said.
It’s going from a novelty to a real business model, he added.
The company is starting with Atlanta, and is looking at other cities as well.
Shelters will be available in stores starting this fall.
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