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Mercedes-Benz Extends Partnership With Buccaneers, Adds Hall of Fame Club Naming Rights

Newly Launched Concept Sold Out for 2016; Team Launches Waiting List


The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Tampa Bay area Mercedes-Benz dealers announced today an extension of their partnership, which is highlighted by the addition of naming rights to the all-new Hall of Fame Club at Raymond James Stadium. All of the nearly 500 seats have already sold out for the 2016 season, however, the team has established a waiting list for interested prospects.

The Mercedes-Benz Hall of Fame Club is one of two premium seating concepts featuring all-inclusive food and beverage options, air-conditioned comfort and some of the best views of the game action. This elevated viewing experience at Raymond James Stadium aligns with the luxury, class and comfort the Mercedes-Benz brand symbolizes.

"Mercedes-Benz has been a valued partner of the Buccaneers for nearly a decade and they represent the type of global brand that matches our commitment to providing a first-in-class experience. We look forward to growing our partnership with Mercedes-Benz and continuing to exceed the expectations of our premium members who desire a high-end game viewing experience," Buccaneers Co-Chairman Bryan Glazer said.

Tampa Bay area Mercedes-Benz dealers, which began its Pewter Partnership with the Buccaneers in 2008, consists of Crown Eurocars (St. Petersburg), Fields Motorcars (Lakeland), Lokey Motor Company (Clearwater), Mercedes-Benz of Sarasota, Mercedes-Benz of Tampa, and Mercedes-Benz of Wesley Chapel. Although no tickets remain for the Mercedes Benz Hall of Fame Club this season, the group has created a new in-game initiative to upgrade two fans at each Buccaneers home games with seats in the Club.

"The Buccaneers and Mercedes-Benz represent two organizations focused on high-performance and an exceptional customer experience. The all-new Mercedes-Benz Hall of Fame Club delivers an unrivaled entertainment space consistent with Mercedes-Benz's commitment to 'the best or nothing'. We look forward to continue expanding our partnership with the Buccaneers and to helping usher in a new class in viewing experience at Raymond James Stadium," said a Tampa Bay area Mercedes-Benz dealer representative.

Membership in the Mercedes-Benz Hall of Fame Club provides 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. Members will also have the option to purchase their seats for the 2017 College Football National Championship Game.

Both Hall of Fame Clubs are located on the suite level of Raymond James Stadium and feature expansive, 9,500 square-foot, open-floor designs, prime dining and drinking selections, as well as a full liquor bar available for purchase. For more information, or to be added to the waiting list, please visit Buccaneers.com.

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