S&S Seating Begins Seat Removal at Historic Texas Stadium. Deadline to Purchase Seats from Cowboys is February 6, 2009

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S&S Seating has begun removing the memorabilia stadium seats from historic Texas Stadium. The final deadline to purchase seats from the Dallas Cowboys is February 6, 2009.

Texas Stadium Seat sale - Final Deadline

We are thrilled to begin removing the seats from Texas Stadium and are honored to provide our expertise to ensure that all of the Dallas Cowboys fans receive their memorabilia seats as ordered.

S&S Seating today announced that they have begun the removal process of the stadium seats from historic Texas Stadium. The Dallas Cowboys have also announced that February 6, 2009 is the final deadline to purchase these collectible memorabilia stadium seats.

Once the removal process is complete, S&S Seating will ship out the pre-sold seat pairs within 30-60 days. All seats will leave the stadium unrestored in 'as is' condition.

Seat pairs are available for purchase exclusively online at dallascowboys.com/seats. Fans and collectors worldwide have a limited amount of time to purchase historic Texas Stadium, after February 6, the collectible memorabilia seats will no longer be available. The limited inventory of seating is being sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Each seat pair will include a Certificate of Authenticity.

"Cowboys fans have a unique and limited opportunity to own a piece of history," said Dale Sprinkle, President of S&S Seating. "We are thrilled to begin removing the seats from Texas Stadium and are honored to provide our expertise to ensure that all of the Dallas Cowboys fans receive their memorabilia seats as ordered."

About S&S Seating:
S&S Seating has been family owned and operated since 1996. In addition to memorabilia seat removal and distribution, S&S Seating also offers refurbished seating to high schools and colleges to upgrade their concrete stadiums. Additional information on S&S Seating services can be found online at http://www.stadiumseating.net.

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