The Buccaneers announced on Twitter that Legends will become their new Hospitality Rights Partner beginning March 1st 2019 and will continue through March 1st 2025, after ending their contract with Aramark in January.
We’re thrilled to announce Legends as our exclusive hospitality rights partner.
Look for an enhanced food and beverage experience, including an all-inclusive menu in the Ford F-150 and Mercedes-Benz Hall of Fame Club tickets.
— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) February 21, 2019
Legends Chief Operating Officer, Mike Tomon said,
“We are thrilled to partner with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.” Also adding, “working together with the Bucs, Legends will develop and implement new culinary program and delivery elements across the building to further elevate stadium events to offer fans a truly outstanding experience.”
With this multi-year partnership, they will also be implementing a new all-inclusive menu, and beer and wine options for Club Members that will be included in the price of the ticket, as well as enhancing food and drink options for general, premium, club, and Bucs Beach concessions throughout the stadium.
They will be putting in a new point of sale system and grab and go location. As well as digital menu boards among other exciting enhancements.
“We continuously strive to provide our fans with best-in-class customer service and value the vital role the food and beverage play in the game day experience.” said Brian Ford, Bucs Chief of Operating Officer.
This newest partnership is now added to the long list of improvements made at Raymond James Stadium to keep it as one of the top stadiums in the league. Those improvements seem to be paying off as they have secured the hosting rights of Super Bowl LV in 2021.
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