Tuesday is traditionally the only day off for NFL players during the season but Titans players use the day to make special appearances throughout the community, including local schools and Saint Thomas hospitals.
The Tennessee Titans are committed to the development of the game of football in our area, as well as the health and safety of all youth, high school and other amateur players. Each year, we host dozens of events that support this mission.
In 2016, the Tennessee Titans became the first professional sports organization to sponsor a spelling bee, signing a contract with Scripps National Spelling Bee to host a regional bee for Middle Tennessee students at Nissan Stadium.
The Tennessee Titans conduct an annual Caravan that travels throughout Tennessee, southern Kentucky and northern Alabama. We've visited nearly 400 cities in four states and made more than 475 total stops.Why? Because we absolutely love our fans! That's the story behind the long history of the Tennessee Titans Caravan. It's about bringing the Tennessee Titans out to the fans of the mid-south to say thank you for your support.
The Tennessee State Legislature approved the issuance of official Tennessee Titans license plates for Tennessee motor vehicles in October 2003. Since that time, the specialty license plates have generated approximately $2 million for ten charities.
The Titans are happy to welcome special guests celebrating birthdays, anniversaries, or other occasions at Nissan Stadium. Messages will be displayed during halftime or the 3rd quarter of each Titans home game.
Proceeds of the scoreboard program benefit the Titans Foundation.
Through the donation of autographed items for silent and live auctions, the Tennessee Titans are able to support the fundraising efforts of hundreds of local charities and community organizations each year.
The Tennessee Titans are proud to be a philanthropic leader in the community and it's our goal to make a difference in the lives of our fans. As a part of our community outreach efforts, Titans players, cheerleaders and our mascot, TRAC, will make appearances for non-profit organizations, schools and civic functions based on their availability.
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