The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will host the third-annual Treasure Chests 5K Run/Walk & Corporate Challenge highlighting the NFL-wide Breast Cancer Awareness Month celebration.
NFL Punt, Pass & Kick, which began in 1961, is the nation’s largest grassroots sports skills competition.
BucVision, which features two massive videoboards at each end of Raymond James Stadium, is arguably the most sophisticated video and scoreboard system in the NFL.
The main attraction of BucVision is the sheer size of the two videoboards, each measuring 24 feet high by 92 feet wide, which is significantly larger than conventional NFL scoring systems.
BucVision is not only larger, it is more technologically advanced. In addition to viewing plays from three different angles at each end of the field, fans are also treated to highlights from up to six games simultaneously from around the NFL before and after Buccaneer games, essentially transforming Raymond James Stadium into the world's largest sports bar.
Operated by more than 30 technicians, Bucvision allows Tampa Bay to become the first professional team in any sport to show images through high-definition television (HDTV), the wide-screen television images which are revolutionizing the television industry. In addition to showing the network feeds, the system incorporates five in-house cameras that capture the festive atmosphere of Raymond James Stadium patrons.
The system also contains a crystal-clear sound system which enhances the gameday experience for general fans, club seat holders, and luxury suite patrons.