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Carolina Panthers extend Bank of America Stadium naming rights

On3 imageby:Dan Morrison12/13/23


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The Carolina Panthers have announced that the franchise has extended their stadium naming rights with Bank of America for Bank of America Stadium.

The two have had a naming partnership since 2004. However, there are no details currently available about the extended agreement, including how long it lasts and any financial information about the agreement.

“We are proud that the stadium will continue to carry the name of one of Charlotte’s most iconic and philanthropic companies,” Kristi Coleman, President of the Carolina Panthers, said. “Extending our naming rights agreement not only speaks to the value of our partnership, but also underscores the mutual trust and shared commitment that defines our relationship.”

The Carolina Panthers are the primary tenant at the stadium. However, it also holds events like concerts and soccer games as well. According to the release, since 2018, Bank of America Stadium has hosted 10 football games and 40 major ticketed events a year. It also added that 1.85 million tickets were distributed for events last year at the stadium.

“Bank of America has a long-standing relationship with the Carolina Panthers and stadium. We look forward to our continued partnership and our strong support for the Charlotte Community,” Kieth Cockrell, President, Bank of America Charlotte, said.

The Carolina Panthers and Bank of America also work together in the Charlotte community on programs like the 3rd & Goal literacy program, the Teacher of the Year award, the Regional Spelling Bee Program, and the Play it Forward clinic.

The next major event not related to the Carolina Panthers set to be held at Bank of America Stadium is the Duke’s Mayo Bowl on December 27th between North Carolina and West Virginia.

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