The Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Ford Motor Company and the Local Ford Dealers Advertising Association announced today a new partnership agreement that includes naming rights for the recently expanded North Hall of Fame Club at Raymond James Stadium. The newly-named Ford F-150 Hall of Fame Club will feature 100 additional seats following an offseason expansion created by overwhelming demand in its debut 2016 season.
The Ford F-150 Hall of Fame Club is one of two premium seating concepts that were unveiled prior to last season, featuring all-inclusive food and beverage options, air-conditioned comfort and some of the best views of the game action. The new concepts quickly proved to be an overwhelming success and were sold out prior to last season's home opener.
Buccaneers Co-Chairman Bryan Glazer stated: "Ford is one of the most recognized and respected global brands in the automobile industry. We look forward to continuing our partnership with them as new naming partners for the Ford F-150 Hall of Fame Club."
Membership in the Ford F-150 Hall of Fame Club includes VIP access to all Raymond James Stadium events including all Buccaneers home games, University of South Florida home football games, the Outback Bowl, Monster Jam, concerts and other special events included in one price.
"We've been a proud sponsor of the Buccaneers for ten years and are excited to offer fans a premium viewing option, along with an exclusive VIP game experience," said Brian Jarrett, Vice Chairman of the Local Ford Dealers Advertising Association and President of Jarrett Ford Automotive Group. "We are looking forward to utilizing our partnership to help bring even more value to Bucs fans during the season and post-season."
The Ford F-150 Hall of Fame Club is located on the suite level of Raymond James Stadium and feature expansive open-floor designs, prime dining and drinking selections, as well as a full liquor bar available for purchase. For more information please visit Buccaneers.com.