For as long as many people can remember, the Carolina Panthers have played their home games at Bank of America Stadium. Well, Bank of America stadium could be called something different soon. That’s because naming rights for the Carolina Panthers stadium will be ending.
I’m gonna tell my age right here but I remember when we called it Ericcson Stadium. The naming rights before BOA belonged to the telecommunications company.
The naming rights agreement is two decades long according to Channel 9, and there is no word if Bank of America is going to renew. It is expensive. Tepper Sports and Entertainment released this statement about the matter. It was published on Channel 9’s website.“Out of respect for our partners and the proprietary nature of our contracts, the organization does not publicly comment on the status of our partnerships.”
The annual cost for naming rights per year is reportedly around 14 million dollars. Who would you like to see purchase the naming rights for the stadium? Maybe a company that is classically tied to the Carolinas? To learn more about this story get all the details here from Channel 9.