RBC CENTER ANNOUNCES INCREASED SECURITY MEASURES
Patrons Encouraged to Arrive Early for Events
RALEIGH, N.C. – Davin Olsen, General Manager of the RBC Center, announced today that the RBC Center has increased security measures in light of the United States engaging Iraq in war. The RBC Center has enhanced its security procedures in the best interests of public and patron safety.
RBC Center management and security personnel highly encourage all patrons to arrive early to avoid delays in entering the building. All persons entering the RBC Center are subject to screening and inspection that can include, but is not limited to, the use of electronic devices and inspection of all personal items. Building management and security asks that patrons leave any unnecessary items in their vehicles and reminds patrons that large bags, backpacks and packages are not permitted inside the RBC Center.
RBC Center doors will open 90 minutes prior to show time for events bringing crowds of 5,000 or more. For crowds of fewer than 5,000, doors will open 60 minutes prior to show time.
The Carolina Hurricanes and RBC Center wish that fans and patrons have an enjoyable experience at the RBC Center and appreciate everyone’s support and cooperation in regards to these enhanced security measures. The safety and security of the building and its patrons continue to be of utmost importance.