Oklahoman Modified: September 20, 2009 at 12:14 am •  Published: September 20, 2009
For the 8,000 fans who watch Thunder games in Loud City the biggest change this season will be an extreme makeover in the corridor.

Other upper deck additions include banners of Thunder players hanging from the ceiling and more than 30 flat screen televisions in lobby areas to allow fans to watch the game while at concession stands.

Floors have been remodeled from a dark concrete to a shiny, textured surface.

Blue stripes on the floor have been painted at all upper deck arena entrances, yellow and red around concession stands.

Concourse walls have been painted white and beige to accentuate new lighting angled toward the floor.

"Walking through the Loud City concourse will be a totally different experience,” said Brian Byrnes, vice president of ticket sales and services. "Last year it was a dark, shadowy effect. We worked hard to add color and light. Now there will be some color, life and energy.”

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