Centene signs deal with Pro Football Hall of Fame The Pro Football Hall of Fame and Centene Corporation (NYSE: CNC), along with its subsidiary Envolve, officially announced a three-year partnership during an event held at the Hall of Fame today. Centene, a St. Louis, Mo. based Fortune 500 company, became the “The Official Youth Wellness Partner of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.” “The Hall of Fame is honored to partner with Centene on a program that will impact young people across the country,” Hall of Fame President David Baker commented. “Centene and the Hall of Fame share a passion for the values that will make a difference in the lives of many.”
Goodyear sponsors Pro Football Hall of Fame The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company announced today a sponsorship agreement with the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The agreement extends Goodyear’s brand leadership position in football, a sport the world-famous Goodyear Blimp has covered overhead for more than 60 years. The two entities plan to engage fans with unique and inspirational content from the living legends that have given so much to the game of football through Goodyear’s “Blimpworthy” campaign.
Visit Canton sponsors Pro Football Hall of Fame Visit Canton, the Stark County Convention & Visitors’ Bureau, has announced a $450,000 partnership with the Pro Football Hall of Fame to support national marketing initiatives in 2016 that will attract new visitors to Stark County as a prelude to Hall of Fame Village and, possibly, the NFL Draft in 2019 and NFL Centennial in September 2020. The impact of the marketing dollars is expected to produce a value of nearly $3 million in marketing exposure for events and programs aimed at attracting large new audiences to the Stark County region.
Phillips-Van Heusen partners with Pro Football Hall of Fame Van Heusen's Fan's Choice event in September featured Hall of Famer members (left to right): Steve Young, Roger Staubach, Harry Carson, Jerry Rice and Warren Moon. (Photo: NYSportsJournalism) November 22, 2010: Phillips-Van Heusen, one of the world’s largest apparel companies, has signed a deal with the NFL that expands its role from the Pro Football Hall of Fame onto the playing field.