On Thursday, the Tampa Bay Super Bowl LV Host Committee announced a strategic partnership with Tampa General Hospital to be the Super Bowl Host Committee’s exclusive medical provider. Tampa General Hospital will also be the exclusive sponsor of the first aid stations at Super Bowl Experience, presented by Lowe’s.
“It’s exciting to work with the Tampa Bay Super Bowl LV Host Committee as Super Bowl LV comes to Tampa Bay. The events leading up to the big game will put Tampa Bay in the national spotlight. Tampa General Hospital is proud to be the strategic medical partner and exclusive sponsor of the first aid stations. Our clinical teams look forward to ensuring health & safety during the outdoor events held on the beautiful Tampa Riverwalk,” said John Couris, president & CEO of Tampa General Hospital.
This year, Super Bowl Experience, presented by Lowe’s, will consist of live music, food and beverage, sponsor activations, and more throughout multiple parks along the 2.7-mile Tampa Riverwalk, as well as football-themed NFL activations in Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park. It will open on Friday, January 29, 2021, and last until Saturday, February 6, 2021. The Tampa Bay Host Committee is working directly with the NFL to ensure public health and safety. Tampa General will help support the first aid stations with clinical teams during the weeklong event. In addition, there will be a mask mandate and isolation areas designated by the NFL.
“While health and safety have and will always be our top priority with every major event, there’s no doubt that the last nine months have reinforced the need for us to be partnered with the absolute best in the business, so we are beyond thrilled to have our good friends at Tampa General Hospital as our exclusive medical provider,” said Rob Higgins, CEO/President of the Tampa Bay Super Bowl LV Host Committee. “We look forward to working hand-in-hand with TGH to ensure both locals and visiting fans can enjoy all that Super Bowl LV week has to offer in the safest manner possible.”