Invitation Only — Jerry Jones, the Dallas Cowboys, and Living Large on ‘the Fifty’

48 seats, an inner sanctum with a view, comfort food and cheerleaders -- life on 'the Fifty' in Jerry Jones' personal suite for Dallas Cowboys home games.

48 seats, an inner sanctum with a view, comfort food and cheerleaders — life on ‘the Fifty’ in Jerry Jones’ personal suite for Dallas Cowboys home games.

New York Times article on a place few folks will ever go and what goes into getting there — the personal suite at AT&T Stadium of Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. Here’s what goes into the planning behind game day life on the fifty yard line for 48 guests, plus room for overflow. Comes complete with comfort food, parking under the stadium, an elevator that opens directly into the suite, and Cowboy cheerleaders. Added bonus for people who do not love Jerry Jones: he only shows up at halftime.

Getting in It helps if you host or are on a network television show (Jimmy Kimmel, Savannah Guthrie), are prominent in business (MillerCoors chief executive Gavin Hattersley), or politics (Nelson Mandela, former Arlington, Texas mayor Robert Cluck, President George W. Bush and wife Laura have standing invitations), even academia (University of Texas system chancellor William McRaven, whose former job was commander of United States Special Operations Command).

You getting in When you do, here’s advance clearance to write about it on fityn.com.

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