Ad Image (Banner 1 and 2)

Banner Javascript (to make ads rotate)

LS

Monday, July 22, 2013

Cowboys Stadium On Verge of Corporate Naming Rights Partner - AT&T

   The world's largest telecom company is about to connect with one of the planet's most iconic sports franchises. And, for the first time in its 53-year history, America's Team will have a corporate name on its home field.
   Welcome to AT&T Cowboys Stadium.
   According to team and industry sources, the Dallas Cowboys will announce this week at training camp in Oxnard, California - or perhaps in Arlington - that they have reached a multi-year, multi-million-dollar naming-rights deal that, possibly beginning with the 2013 season but 2014 at the latest, will re-brand Cowboys Stadium to include its new AT&T partner.
   As camp commenced over the weekend owner Jerry Jones caused a buzz by denying that this season is an "Armageddon year" for head coach Jason Garrett, second-team defensive end Tyrone Crawford suffered a season-ending Achilles injury and quarterback Tony Romo arrived weighing more (236 pounds) than middle linebacker Sean Lee.
   But when the Cowboys finally break camp in mid-August and return to Arlington for their Sept. 8 opener against the New York Giants, their home will have a new, yet very familiar name.

Pages:    1       2   


6 comments:

  1. More $ for Jerry...Get rid of $340 seats with $50k price tag & sell all seats for $99. Then the stadium will have a chance to be filled with REAL rowdy fans & give Cowboys a true advantange! How many wins would that be worth, RW?

    P.S. i am a season ticket holder

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I hear ya, but since he averaged 80,000+ per game I don't think the prices are coming down any time soon.

      Delete
  2. p.s...nobody cares...

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Didn't mean it in an arrogant way, but being a TH gives me the right to critique the peeps in the seats. Shameful that college games are more fun than NFL at this $tadium!


      Delete
    2. Cowboys need to give the fans something to cheer about. - TC

      Delete
  3. Jerrys World or The Death Star are much more fitting.

    ReplyDelete

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.