Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Bucs Celebrate Orlando Office Opening

The Bucs celebrated the opening of their new downtown Orlando sales office on Thursday, August 14th in style with a ribbon-cutting ceremony complete with cocktail hour, gift bags, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cheerleaders and a few very special guests.

Orlando Mayor, Buddy Dyer and Central Florida Partnership President, Jacob V. Stuart welcomed Buccaneers Chief Operating Officer Brian Ford, Chief Ticketing Officer Ben Milsom and the new Orlando Sales Staff to the Central Florida area.

"Downtown Orlando already offers an unlimited number of sports, arts and cultural and community events that will only be enhanced with the opening of the Dr. Phillips Center for Performing Arts, the new Florida Citrus Bowl and the start of construction on the new soccer stadium," said Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer. "The opening of the Tampa Bay Bucs sales operations in Downtown will now make it easier for our residents to support one of our nearest NFL teams and cheer on the Bucs in person."

"We're thrilled to welcome the Buccaneers Organization to the Orlando area," said Stuart. "Central Florida is known for its Sports and Entertainment and to add an NFL franchise into the fold is a great opportunity for the Orlando area, its residents and guests."

Over 150 Orlando area business leaders and guests took part in the Grand Opening of the Buccaneers new regional sales office to help rally behind and show their support for the Buccaneers both on and off the field.

Photos from the Buccaneers' celebrattion of the Orlando Ticket Office opening.

"We are thrilled to extend our ticket sales operations into the Orlando market and Central Florida region in order to better serve our existing fan base there as well as build even stronger relationships within the communities," said Buccaneers Chief Operating Officer Brian Ford. "With the excitement surrounding our offseason acquisitions and the high expectations for this upcoming season, we understand the passion for the Buccaneers extends well beyond Hillsborough County. We will continue looking for ways to make it easier for our fans throughout the Central Florida area to enjoy the one-of-a-kind experience of watching games in person at Raymond James Stadium."

The Bucs will be marketing Season and Stadium Club memberships, Group Tickets and Tailgate options, all-inclusive Legends Suite package and round trip bus transportation package to and from Raymond James Stadium.

Season and Stadium Club Members enjoy exclusive savings off individual ticket prices, in- stadium food, beverages, merchandise, parking and more. Stadium Club Members receive an even higher level of access to events year round such as the annual Draft Party, Training Camp, Night Practice, Movie Night, Super Bowl Watch Party and much more. Group packages for corporate outings, employee rewards, birthday parties, youth groups, church or school groups are available for groups of 10 or more seats.

For more information on Tampa Bay Buccaneers ticket options, please call Luke Burket in the new Orlando office at (813) 998-3871 or email centralflorida@buccaneers.nfl.com.

Residents and business owners may schedule appointments to visit and see the new office located at 100 South Eola Drive, Suite 200 in downtown Orlando.

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