Florida Hospital Extends Tampa Bay Lightning Sponsorship

By Community | September 16, 2014

National Hockey League (NHL) team Tampa Bay Lightning have extended their partnership with Florida Hospital who will continue as Presenting Sponsor for the 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons, viagra order while continuing as the team’s official health and wellness partner.

As the Presenting Sponsor for the next two seasons, Florida Hospital will receive a logo and name inclusion on all Lightning advertising campaigns and materials throughout the next two seasons. Florida Hospital has been a sponsorship partner of the Lightning since 2011, and it will continue as the official healthcare provider of the Tampa Bay Storm.

“We are proud to partner with the Tampa Bay Lightning, a world-class organization that is dedicated to giving back to the Tampa Bay community. Florida Hospital is elevating health care in our community through expertise, innovation and compassion. We are proud to be associated with this champion organization who shares our core values of integrity, compassion, excellence and teamwork. Together, we are committed to improving the health of our community,” said Mike Schultz, President and CEO of the Florida Hospital West Florida Region.

Florida Hospital will also be the Presenting Sponsor of the annual Tampa Bay Lightning Fan Fest being held at Amalie Arena on Saturday, September 27, 2014 to celebrate the upcoming 2014-15 season. 

Awareness Night will be featured when the Tampa Bay Lightning take on the Stanley Cup Champion LA Kings on February 7, 2015. Florida Hospital will also be the associate sponsor of the Lightning’s annual Bolt Run. The two organizations are committed to partnering on additional health and wellness initiatives throughout the year.

As part of the partnership, Florida Hospital will continue to be the official health care provider of the Arena Football League’s Tampa Bay Storm. The hospital system will host a local high school football athletes training session with Storm President, Derrick Brooks, who was recently inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame. Florida Hospital will also remain as the presenting partner of the Storm team’s post-game autograph sessions during all home games.