Panthers See Red In BankAtlantic Center Lower Bowl
Cats and Zimmerman Advertising team up to convert all lower bowl seats to red
Monday, 07.25.2011 / 12:20 PM / News
|*Artist Rendering of the new red seats in the lower bowl.
When the Panthers take the ice on Opening Night, Oct. 15 in their new red home jerseys, all 8,689 lower bowl seats will be permanently changed to red as well. The seats are being changed to red as part of a multi-year marketing partnership between the Panthers and Zimmerman Advertising in which the Zimmerman logo will appear on the front of each lower bowl seat.
“While the ‘We See Red’ campaign signifies the passion, aggressiveness, commitment to winning and new blood in this Panthers team, fans will also see an aesthetic shift as well in our new jerseys, and thanks to Zimmerman Advertising, in all of the lower bowl seats at the BankAtlantic Center,” said SSE president & COO Michael Yormark. “There’s no doubt that with these changes, and some other big announcements we have coming soon, that our fans will be ‘seeing red’ and enjoying a whole new in-game experience at the BankAtlantic Center this season.”
“We look forward to the upcoming Panthers season given all the new changes and their ‘See Red’ attitude,” said Jordan Zimmerman, Chairman and Founder Zimmerman Advertising. “I wanted to make sure to be at every game personally and/or in spirit , so putting our company name on over 8,000 seats did just that.”
Since the launch of the “We See Red” campaign in June – which was developed by Zimmerman Advertising, the Panthers hired vaunted head coach Kevin Dineen, had one of the highest rated NHL Draft classes in the NHL, traded for or signed 11 new players including Brian Campbell, Ed Jovanovski and Kris Versteeg, hired experienced assistant coach Craig Ramsay, signed 2010 first round pick Erik Gudbranson to an entry level contract, and more.
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