The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have signed Legends to become their new exclusive hospitality rights partner at Raymond James Stadium.
Under terms of the multi-year partnership agreement, Legends will manage and operate the stadium’s general and premium concessions including, club level, Hall of Fame level, suites, special event catering and restaurant dining programs.
Plans include the enhancement of food offerings throughout the stadium.
Buccaneers chief operating officer, Brian Ford, said:
We are very excited to partner with Legends as our exclusive hospitality rights partner. We continuously strive to provide our fans with best-in-class customer service and we value the vital role that food and beverage play in that game day experience.
Legends has built its brand around a customer-focused approach and we have a shared commitment to provide fans with an unmatched level of food offerings and service at every Raymond James Stadium event moving forward.
The Buccaneers and Legends will identify and develop unique food and beverage presentation concepts to further the Bucs vision of providing an elevated fan experience at all Raymond James Stadium events.
A new point of sale system and digital menu boards are only two of the highlights of the fan-focused upgrades planned for the inaugural season of the partnership.
In addition, Ford F-150 Hall of Fame Club and Mercedes-Benz Hall of Fame Club members will also benefit from a more robust “all inclusive” menu with the addition of beer, wine and spirits options included in the set ticket price.
Legends chief operating officer, Mike Tomon, said:
We are thrilled to partner with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Bucs are a top-ranking NFL team in customer service experience satisfaction among season pass members. Working together with the Bucs, Legends will implement and execute an exceptional culinary showcase across the building to further elevate stadium events to offer fans a truly outstanding experience.
Legends client roster includes premier venues, including Yankees Stadium, One World Observatory and nearly 40 Live Nation properties.