TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — The Seminole Boosters Club is asking alumni, donors, and fans to take a survey all about the future of Doak Campbell Stadium.
Friday afternoon, more than 250,000 people will get the chance to share their thoughts about the future of Doak Campbell Stadium.
The Boosters say this is their first time to have this much fan involvement in the planning stages of development.
Their goal is to become a competitive stadium in the area. They see the future Doak stadium full of different amenities and experiences that would set it apart.
This fall marks the 71st year of football at the stadium.
"We're not sure what folks want," said Greg Hulen, Executive VIce President of the Seminole Boosters. "We think we might know but we want to have some verification as we go out and start thinking about the plans and big projects."
Boosters said that with Doak going into its 71st year of operation and a new head coach on the way, they're excited to continue to add more to the stadium.
"The most important thing is taking care of our fans," Hulen said. "We want to hear what they might want in the future, and create a road map for us as we start to dream about what Doak Campbell might look like on the inside, years from now."
The survey will remain open for the next 2 or 3 weeks.