Things are going to be different this year at Ralph Wilson Stadium. In time for the first preseason game, fans will notice metal detectors at every gate.
The Bills experimented with them at one gate last year, and used security personnel with metal detecting wands at the rest. The front office believes this will create a better experience for fans, and make the stadium much safer.
“We're implementing the best practices possible from a safety and security stand point to make this place a fun place for fans,” said Andy Major, the Bills vice president of fan experience.
Heading to the @buffalobills game tomorrow? You'll see these as you head through their new metal detectors. @WKBW pic.twitter.com/bKgP9IJNZt
— Jeff Rusack (@JeffRusack) August 12, 2016
To make the entry process go quickly you are allowed to walk through the metal detectors with your wallet, keys, and belt. Things the Bills ask you to take out before going through security are glasses cases, cameras, and cell phones.
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