NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Comcast hosted an all-employee meeting at LP Field, home of the Tennessee Titans, to kick off the new year last week. More than 600 Comcast employees attended, including the company's senior leadership team from Atlanta and Nashville.
Comcast hosted more than 600 employees, including the company's leadership team from Atlanta and Nashville, at LP Field for their annual meeting to kick off the new year. (Photos: Lynne McCracken)
Comcast has been a strong partner of the Titans organization for more than 10 years and operates across Tennessee, including such major markets as Nashville, Memphis and Knoxville.
Comcast regional senior vice-president Doug Guthrie welcomed employees and discussed company goals for 2015. He emphasized the company's recent launch of Cloud DVR in Nashville, Comcast's first launch market in Tennessee, and discussed the company's important role as one of the largest employers in the metro area.
"We are thrilled to partner with the Tennessee Titans in welcoming our employees to LP Field," said Guthrie. "We continue to make significant investments in Nashville, which we've done through building on our employee base, opening several new Xfinity stores and enhancing our technology – all so we can improve the customer experience."
The Comcast Xfinity NASCAR was displayed for all guests to view as they arrived. Beginning this year, the Comcast Xfinity brand becomes the new partner for what is currently known as the Nationwide Series. Xfinity becomes only the third title sponsor in the program's history.
"Comcast has been a long-time partner of the organization and we are happy to host them at LP Field," said Brad McClanahan, Titans director of marketing "Events like this help to strengthen our relationship and provides their employees with a unique setting to discuss company objectives."
Titans cheerleaders Heather and Kaitlin greeted guests as they arrived, signing autographs and posing for pictures.
Since 2002, Comcast has been proudly serving the greater Nashville community.