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NAMED: Levi's® Stadium thread

Originally posted by Frisco69ers:
Im sorry guys but I would rather have a great football team than have a cool stadium name.

you clearly have to re-check your priorities.
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Originally posted by Dr_Bill_Walsh:
Originally posted by Jcool:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Looks right to me. There are new stadiums in the NFL that haven't even been able to find a buyer for the naming rights, so they did pretty good, IMO.

I would think most major sports stadiums have some kind of naming rights deal.

He's probably referring specifically to Cowboys Stadium, which has yet to find a sponsor 4 years after opening

http://www.forbes.com/sites/darrenheitner/2012/11/09/why-jerry-jones-still-hasnt-sold-naming-rights-to-cowboys-stadium/
Originally posted by Dr_Bill_Walsh:
Gillette...intimidating? gtfo

lol
Originally posted by GoalLineStand:
FYI, Qwest Field in Seattle has been named CenturyLink Stadium since June of 2011 when Qwest was acquired by CenturyLink.

Yup. Levi's is a world-renowned and recognized brand...hardly no one knows what the heck century link does...hundred year-old sausages? f**k seattle
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Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Most do. Who's the company giving hundreds of millions to jerry jones for naming rights?

helps him be selective when he makes over a hundred million each year.
Originally posted by Dr_Bill_Walsh:
Originally posted by GoalLineStand:
FYI, Qwest Field in Seattle has been named CenturyLink Stadium since June of 2011 when Qwest was acquired by CenturyLink.

Yup. Levi's is a world-renowned and recognized brand...hardly no one knows what the heck century link does...hundred year-old sausages? f**k seattle

s**ttiest ISP ever
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Ah, the NFL--where naming-rights deals in May constitute big news... (And no, I'm not necessarily complaining, but...)
Originally posted by Bluefalcon61:
s**ttiest ISP ever

wouldn't expect anything less from the land of Microsoft
Originally posted by GoalLineStand:
Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by verb1der:
Originally posted by FredFlintstone:
I'm good with it, don't see why the complaining?

it doesn't sound intimidating....like Quest Field, or Oracle Area, or Gillette Stadium....orr...Soldier Field...

None of those sound intimidating to me. Especially Soldier Field, which brings in zero dollars for the bears.

Yeah, we were once called "Monster Park" how did that work out for the team.

FYI, Qwest Field in Seattle has been named CenturyLink Stadium since June of 2011 when Qwest was acquired by CenturyLink.

Still has a good nickname. People around here say "playing at the Link." It has a ring to it. Levi's? not so much
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by Frisco69ers:
Im sorry guys but I would rather have a great football team than have a cool stadium name.

you clearly have to re-check your priorities.

lolololololololololololol.... naw
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Pants Park. Lulz.

In Japanese they use the word "pants" (pantsu) for panties. They're obsessed with panties.

Originally posted by Wodwo:
Pants Park. Lulz.

In Japanese they use the word "pants" (pantsu) for panties. They're obsessed with panties.


Who isn't? lol
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Originally posted by Wodwo:
Pants Park. Lulz.

In Japanese they use the word "pants" (pantsu) for panties. They're obsessed with panties.



lol
Originally posted by RollinWith21n52:
Still has a good nickname. People around here say "playing at the Link." It has a ring to it. Levi's? not so much

too bad Philly fans had that nickname for their field first...Seattle = forever a pale imitation of something original
THE JUICE DID IT