By Bill Wainwright
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Tennessee Titans held their 2nd Annual Suite Holder Appreciation Golf Outing Monday at the Governor's Club of Tennessee in Brentwood, Tenn.
More than 100 suite holders and their guests took part in the outing that included participation by several former Titans players and an appearance by head coach Ken Whisenhunt.
Whisenhunt welcomed the suite holders to the event and served as honorary starter before the tournament began and was joined by former Titans Kevin Dyson, Kevin Carter, Chris Sanders, Donnie Nickey, Neil O'Donnell and Zach Piller, all of whom golfed with suite holders and provided their guests with stories from their days as members of the Titans.
"This outing is just another example of how the Titans try and thank our suite holders and to let each of them know how important they are to the team's success every fall," said Titans Director of Suite Sales & Services Bill Wainwright.
"This tournament, and the free Governor's Club memberships that go with LP Field suite ownership, are just additional ways we have tried to make LP Field suite ownership a year-round entertainment vehicle. They will see that even more this summer with the CMA Music Festival, Rolling Stones and the University of Tennessee Volunteers all coming to play LP Field each in their own unique way."
Whisenhunt addressed suite holders about the upcoming NFL Draft, free agent signings and all the positive developments surrounding the team since the end of the 2014 season. He also posed for pictures and signed autographs.
"It was a great day and one that I truly look forward to every year," said suite holder Stan Norton of City Auto. "My top customer has already asked me about coming next year!"