Jaguars and Miller Electric Announce Multi-Year Sports Performance Center Naming Rights Agreement

Jaguars and Miller Electric Announce Multi-Year Sports Performance Center Naming Rights Agreement

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Today, the Jacksonville Jaguars and Miller Electric Company announced a 10-year naming rights agreement recognizing the team’s new sports center as the “Miller Electric Center.”

The team’s new headquarters for football operations is currently under construction next to TIAA Bank Field and is expected to open before the 2023 season. Jaguars owner Shad Khan and Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry will join Miller Electric CEO Henry Brown later today at an event for project workers and media at the construction site.

“I am honored that a company with such deep roots in Jacksonville, dating back to 1928, will be synonymous with the success we envision for the Jaguars and Downtown Jacksonville for years to come,” Khan said. “The Miller Electric Center will be at the heart of everything we do as a football team, as well as an organization, and we have big ambitions on and off the field. I am personally very grateful to have Miller Electric and the entire Jacksonville community join us for the adventure ahead.”

Founded in 1928, Miller Electric Company has grown from a local electrical contractor to a national company with more than 3,000 employees. Headquartered in Jacksonville and with a network of branches, the company provides complete electrical and technology solutions to local and national customers in a variety of industries. Miller Electric Company has a long history with the Jaguars organization, contributing to every major construction project since the team’s inception, including the original stadium construction (1993), locker room renovation (2012), north deck expansion (2014). and the construction of Daily’s Place (2017).

“We are honored and excited to expand our partnership with the Jaguars through the Miller Electric Center,” said Brown. “The Jaguars’ continued investment in the city center has created significant employment opportunities for thousands of working professionals in our city. We are also proud to partner with Jaguars on workforce development initiatives such as Construction Ready to expand economic opportunity in underrepresented communities. The Miller Electric Center is a symbol of our shared commitment to Jacksonville and strong performance both on and off the field.”

A public-private partnership between the Jaguars and the city of Jacksonville, the $120 million Miller Electric Center is a state-of-the-art, 125,000-square-foot facility that will house all of the team’s football personnel and football operations, including locker rooms, practice and medical facilities. facilities, office space and draft. It will include two full-size grass practice fields and one indoor field along with shaded theater bleachers, concession areas and a team store.

“The City of Jacksonville is incredibly excited about this new addition to our downtown,” said Mayor Lenny Curry. “Miller Electric has played an active role in our community since its inception. We are grateful to Miller Electric and the Jacksonville Jaguars for their continued investment in building Jacksonville.”

The Jacksonville City Council unanimously approved legislation for the Miller Electric Center last August and construction began immediately following the conclusion of the 2021 football season. Click here to access photos and b-roll of the current construction progress on the Miller Electric Center as well as renderings of the future facility.

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