PHOTOS: Artist renderings of A&M's revamped Bright Complex
Kyle Field isn't the only Texas A&M facility currently being upgraded, as the school's Bright Complex is getting a makeover of its own.
In February we saw an artist's rendering of what the new Kyle Field will look like when Texas A&M is done renovating the stadium, but it's not the only football building in College Station that's getting a makeover this offseason.
The school's football facility, the Bright Complex, is getting a touch up too, and we now have some artist's renderings of how it's going to look when finished.
Not everything Texas A&M is planning for the building will be ready in time for the 2014 season. In total the school plans on spending $16.8 million on the new facility. The entire first floor should be complete before next season, and it will include a new locker room, training areas, graphics, and my personal favorite, "new branding opportunities."
You can read more about Texas A&M's plans and those "branding opportunities" at the school's official site. Or you can just look at the pretty pictures and figure out ways to enhance your own personal brand.
We only get one brand in life, after all, you have to make the most of it.
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