The Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns on Thursday were given a generous seven-figure gift from MacLaff Inc. to help pay for the highly anticipated Cajun Field renovations. This gift also secured the naming rights for the Victory Bell Tower, located in the south endzone.
MacLaff Inc. owns and operates many McDonald’s franchises throughout South Louisiana, is a long-time RCAF investor and supporter of the Ragin’ Cajuns.
The new west tower of the renovated facility will feature premium suites, a luxurious club level and club seats, loge boxes, and press box. Premium suites will have indoor private seating as well as available outdoor seating for suite holders and their guests.
Other amenities include access to the climate-controlled club area, premium catered food and beverages, the ability to add additional food and drink, and a suite attendant to assist with game day needs. Loge boxes feature private outdoor seating and come with access to premium parking.
Club seats will be assigned outdoor seating with high-quality chairs, armrests and beverage holders will be apart of the seating. Patrons in the loge boxes and club seats will also have the ability to go to the club area and all of its amenities. The club area will be used as a dining facility for Louisiana’s more than 400 student-athletes throughout the year.
Additional plans for the renovations will include a new videoboard, lights, sound system, renovated west side seating, new east side façade and operational and office spaces for Department of Athletics staff.