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    Stadium Temporarily Renamed 'Broncos Stadium at Mile High'


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    I preferred the "Bears Stadium" name of my youth. And then it was changed to Mile High Stadium. And that's how I will refer to it as long as I live, no matter how much the team attempts to complicate or confuse the name.

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    Has there ever been a petition of some kind to have it "Mile High Stadium Preseted by ______" if not wouldn't now be a good time to do so?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Littleyote View Post
    Has there ever been a petition of some kind to have it "Mile High Stadium Preseted by ______" if not wouldn't now be a good time to do so?
    Orange Crush would be perfect for that but I don’t think that would fly too far in fact I believe the idea of “at mile high” is turning companies away.

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    Maybe the new name should be the permanent name, instead of going for the money grab.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Littleyote View Post
    Has there ever been a petition of some kind to have it "Mile High Stadium Preseted by ______" if not wouldn't now be a good time to do so?
    I really like this idea, but may I suggest we consider 'Presented' by ______ ?








    Hey, if I didn't,, Samparnell would have.

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    Yeah how can we get a petition to have on that of Mile High Stadium presented by like Coors?
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    I like it.

    Maybe if I look under my couch cushions I can get enough coins together and have it present by me.

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    This whole naming rights issue is stupid. It's a building. Can't we just put a name on it and let it stick until the end of time, without any sponsors or companies logo polluting it? Mile High Stadiium it should be foreever. Or Broncos Stadium. Just stop with this idiotic name calling debate. Is that so hard to ask and get?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aditheman View Post
    This whole naming rights issue is stupid. It's a building. Can't we just put a name on it and let it stick until the end of time, without any sponsors or companies logo polluting it? Mile High Stadiium it should be foreever. Or Broncos Stadium. Just stop with this idiotic name calling debate. Is that so hard to ask and get?
    No, not hard at all. You just need to be incredibly rich or win the Powerball and spend all your money on buying whatever name you like for it.

    Selling this advertising space has become a major revenue stream for teams. The info below is dated 8/2016 but gives a good idea of what these deals are worth:

    AFC North

    Baltimore Ravens
    Stadium: M&T Bank Stadium
    Sponsor: M&T Bank
    Current deal terms: 10 years, US$60 million
    Signed: May 2014
    Ends: 2027

    Cincinnati Bengals
    Stadium: Paul Brown Stadium
    No naming rights deal

    Cleveland Browns
    Stadium: FirstEnergy Stadium
    Sponsor: FirstEnergy Corp
    Current deal terms: 17 years, US$102 million
    Signed: January 2013
    Ends: 2030


    FirstEnergy Corp became the first-ever naming rights sponsor of the Browns' home stadium in January 2013.

    Pittsburgh Steelers
    Stadium: Heinz Field
    Sponsor: Kraft Heinz
    Current deal terms: 20 years, US$57 million
    Signed: June 2001
    Ends: 2021

    AFC East

    Buffalo Bills
    Stadium: New Era Field
    Sponsor: New Era Cap Company
    Current deal terms: 7 years, US$35 million (The Associated Press)
    Signed: August 2016
    Ends: 2023


    New Era has reportedly agreed to pay around US$35 million to rename the Bills' Ralph Wilson Stadium.

    Miami Dolphins
    Stadium: Hard Rock Stadium
    Sponsor: Hard Rock International
    Current deal terms: 18 years, US$250 million (Forbes)
    Signed: August 2016
    Ends: 2034

    New England Patriots
    Stadium: Gillette Stadium
    Sponsor: Procter & Gamble (P&G)
    Current deal terms: Undisclosed. Gillette’s original deal worth US$105 million over 15 years.
    Signed: September 2010
    Ends: 2031

    New York Jets
    Stadium: MetLife Stadium
    Sponsor: MetLife
    Current deal terms: 25 years, US$400 million
    Signed: August 2011
    Ends: 2036

    NFC North

    Chicago Bears
    Stadium: Soldier Field
    No naming rights deal

    Minnesota Vikings
    Stadium: US Bank Stadium
    Sponsor: US Bank
    Current deal terms: 25 years, US$220 million
    Signed: June 2015
    Ends: 2040


    US Bank has committed to naming the Vikings' newly opened stadium until 2040.

    Detroit Lions
    Stadium: Ford Field
    Sponsor: Ford Motor Company
    Current deal terms: 20 years, US$40 million
    Signed: October 1996
    Ends: 2016

    Green Bay Packers
    Stadium: Lambeau Field
    No naming rights deal

    NFC East

    Dallas Cowboys
    Stadium: AT&T Stadium
    Sponsor: AT&T
    Current deal terms: US$17-19 million per year. Duration undisclosed.
    Signed: July 2013

    New York Giants
    Stadium: MetLife Stadium
    Sponsor: MetLife
    Current deal terms: 25 years, US$400 million
    Signed: August 2011
    Ends: 2036


    MetLife's US$400 million deal to name the home of New York's Giants and Jets remains the richest of its kind in the NFL.

    Philadelphia Eagles
    Stadium: Lincoln Financial Field
    Sponsor: Lincoln Financial
    Current deal terms: 21 years, US$139.6 million
    Signed: June 2002
    Ends: 2023

    Washington Redskins
    Stadium: FedEx Field
    Sponsor: Federal Express
    Current deal terms: 27 years, US$205 million
    Signed: 1998
    Ends: 2025

    AFC South

    Houston Texans
    Stadium: NRG Stadium
    Sponsor: NRG Energy
    Current deal terms: 32 years, US$300 million
    Signed: 2000
    Ends: 2032


    The Texans' US$300 million deal with NRG Energy was a league record when it was signed in 2000.

    Indianapolis Colts
    Stadium: Lucas Oil Stadium
    Sponsor: Lucas Oil Products
    Current deal terms: 20 years, US$122 million
    Signed: March 2006
    Ends: 2028

    Jacksonville Jaguars
    Stadium: EverBank Field
    Sponsor: EverBank Financial Corp.
    Current deal terms: 10 years, US$43 million
    Signed: June 2014
    Ends: 2024

    Tennessee Titans
    Stadium: Nissan Stadium
    Sponsor: Nissan North America
    Current deal terms: 20 years
    Signed: June 2015
    Ends: 2035

    AFC West

    Denver Broncos
    Stadium: Sports Authority Field at Mile High
    Sponsor: Sports Authority
    Current deal terms: 25 years, US$150 million
    Signed: August 2011
    Ends: 2036


    Sports Authority went into liquidation earlier this year, casting doubt over its naming rights deal with the Broncos.

    Kansas City Chiefs
    Stadium: Arrowhead Stadium
    No naming rights deal

    Oakland Raiders
    Stadium: Oakland Alameda Coliseum
    No naming rights deal
    Note: Overstock.com Inc. pulled out of its 6-year, US$7.2 million deal in March.

    San Diego Chargers
    Stadium: Qualcomm Stadium
    Sponsor: Qualcomm
    Current deal terms: 20 years, US$18 million
    Signed: 1997
    Ends: 2017

    NFC South

    Atlanta Falcons
    Stadium: Mercedes-Benz Stadium
    Sponsor: Mercedes-Benz
    Current deal terms: 27 years
    Signed: August 2015
    Ends: 2042

    Carolina Panthers
    Stadium: Bank of America Stadium
    Sponsor: Bank of America Corp.
    Current deal terms: 20 years, US$140 million
    Signed: January 2004
    Ends: 2024

    New Orleans Saints
    Stadium: Mercedes-Benz Superdome
    Sponsor: Mercedes-Benz
    Current deal terms: 10 years, US$55 million
    Signed: October 2011
    Ends: 2021


    With deals in New Orleans and Atlanta, Mercedes-Benz is the only company to hold naming rights contracts with two different NFL teams.

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    Stadium: Raymond James Stadium
    Sponsor: Raymond James Financial
    Current deal terms: 12 years. Original deal, signed in 2003, worth US$13.2 million.
    Signed: June 2016
    Ends: 2027

    NFC West

    Arizona Cardinals
    Stadium: University of Phoenix Stadium
    Sponsor: University of Phoenix
    Current deal terms: 20 years, US$154.5 million
    Signed: September 2006
    Ends: 2026

    Los Angeles Rams
    Stadium: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
    No naming rights deal

    San Francisco 49ers
    Stadium: Levi’s Stadium
    Sponsor: Levi’s
    Current deal terms: 20 years, US$220 million
    Signed: May 2013
    Ends: 2033


    The 49ers' deal with Levi's is worth an average of US$11 million per year over two decades.

    Seattle Seahawks
    Stadium: CenturyLink Field
    Sponsor: CenturyLink
    Current deal terms: 15 years, US$75 million
    Signed: 2004, extended in June 2011
    Ends: August 2019
    Superbowl 50 MVP Von Miller on February 7th, 2016

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPPT1974 View Post
    Yeah how can we get a petition to have on that of Mile High Stadium presented by like Coors?
    Too obvious and logical. When you market your brand as "Rocky Mountain Refreshment", slapping your name on the Denver Broncos Stadium would be an obvious move to make. It's not like they're afraid of alienating people from other cities. Patriots fans are all drinking Sam Adams anyway.

    Hell, take it a step farther with a spin off slogan featuring John Elway in a commercial. "Cool Under Pressure".
    Last edited by Spice 1; 06-22-2018 at 10:04 AM.

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    Denver Broncos unveil banner for football stadium’s temporary name

    https://www.denverpost.com/2018/07/0...e-high-banner/






    Last edited by Mel B.; 07-10-2018 at 08:06 AM.


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    Looks a lot better with Blue and Orange on there.

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    thank god they didn't waste money on a full on badge like they had for Sports Authority and Invesco...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Littleyote View Post
    Has there ever been a petition of some kind to have it "Mile High Stadium Preseted by ______" if not wouldn't now be a good time to do so?
    One thing has been clear since the stadium was built...the Broncos franchise has put the fans opinion of what the stadium should be called at the very end of their priority list.

    People should make a note and next time tax payers are asked to help pay for a stadium....if the name of the stadium is important to tax payers they should negotiate naming in the law that says tax payers will help pay for it because once the owners get the money they will do the very minimum to make fans happy about the name.

    Frankly it is just business and in the grand scheme of things fans should probably just get over it if they trust their team's leadership is using the extra money earned to win games.
    Chubb was a great pick imo!

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