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Can we bring our own food/drink?

Discussion in 'World Championships 2005' started by ye333, Aug 12, 2005.

  1. ye333

    ye333 Regular Member

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    Or do we have to buy food during the games? Anyone knows the
    policy of the gym? Thanks!
     
  2. ctjcad

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    Anaheim Pond's Building Policies

    Please see this link for the Anaheim Pond's Bldg. Policies:

    http://www.arrowheadpond.com/article.asp?id=1665

    BUILDING POLICIES

    -No video, audio or cameras with professional lenses (maximum 6 inches). The camera policy is subject to change depending on each show's individual policy.
    -No backpacks, briefcases, large bags, wrapped gifts, coolers, weapons or laser pointers.
    -Purses and diaper bags are permitted. Permitted bags will be searched.
    -There is no check-in area for any prohibited item.
    -All vehicles and patrons are subject to search upon entry into parking lots and building entrances.
    -No outside food or beverages. (The only exceptions are for medical reasons or baby food)
    -No alcohol in the parking lots.
    -No open flame barbecues in the parking lots.
    -Children 2 years of age and older must have a ticket for admittance.
    -Signs are allowed as long as they are not derogatory, obscene, do not block the view of other guests and are not attached to a pole. (Signs are not allowed at Mighty Ducks games). The sign policy is subject to change depending on each show's individual policy.
    -No strollers. The only exception is if the guest has a ticket to a suite. In that case, they must take the stroller through the SouthEast or NorthEast Club Entrance, fold up the stroller and carry it into the suite.
    -No Smoking. Guests who wish to leave the building and re-enter must receive a hand stamp at the North, South or East Pass Gate before going outside, and have their ticket in their possession.
    -Club Level guests who wish to leave the Club Level and then re-enter must receive a Club Level hand stamp and have their hole-punched ticket in their possession.
    -Guests must have a Suite or Club Seat ticket for admittance onto the Club Level. The only exceptions are special invitation parties & meetings, or valid passes. (Ex. Anaheim Club Pass, event specific pass, Glass Seat Holder pass w/ticket)

     
  3. silentheart

    silentheart Regular Member

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    Guess what, I am going to bring Gerber peach sauce and formula milk to the f**king Pond.
     
  4. jump_smash

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    No backpacks?

    Are their at least some lockers available?
     
  5. silentheart

    silentheart Regular Member

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    As far as I remember, there is no pay lockers in Pond. There is a place to check in item and they charge you up to you know what. I will bring in my food and drink in Igloo and keep it in my car. I have no grip with Pond, I just have problem with the price of the soda in any sport event.

    Cost of drink - 2 cents
    Cost of paper cup - 3 cents
    Cost of labor for the pretty girl who fill up your drink - 20 cents
    Cost for you to take care of your dying thurst after you cheer for your favor player - legalized robbery...
     

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