Titans Suite Holders Enjoy Special Day at Training Camp

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Tennessee Titans held their bi-annual Suite Holder Appreciation event this past week at Nissan Stadium and Saint Thomas Sports Park.

 

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The event featured visits from former Titans Kevin Dyson and Neil O'Donnell and a behind the scenes look and exclusive autograph session at Titans Training Camp.

Over 200 suite holders and their guests attended the breakfast function of the event at Nissan Stadium.  They were treated to several giveaways, including authentic NFL helmets signed by rookie QB Marcus Mariota, game worn jerseys of Kendall Wright and Jurrell Casey, game used/signed footballs, and framed pieces from Eddie George and Kevin Dyson.

After spending the morning with the former Titans greats, it was off via private chartered bus to Saint Thomas Sports Park,  where suite holders enjoyed a close-up view of the 2015 Titans as they prepared for their first preseason game against the Atlanta Falcons on August 14.   

After watching the team practice from the sideline, suite holders were treated to autographs from Titans stars Delanie Walker, Kendall Wright, Taylor Lewan, Brett Kern, Bishop Sankey, Harry Douglass, Jurrell Casey, Beau Brinkley, Michael Griffin, Jason McCourty, Ryan Succop and Derrick Morgan.

The four-hour event created life-long memories for those in attendance.

 

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"Days like this are one of the best parts of being a suite holder, even though enjoying the game in the comfort of your own suite is extremely nice also," said suite holder Robert Stevens.   

Titans Director of Suite Sales & Services Bill Wainwright said events like these are one of the most enjoyable facets of his job.

"Being able to take the suite holders to 'something you cannot buy' is always a special treat for me and something I really enjoy," Wainwright said.  

Other perks for Titans suite holders throughout the year include pre-game field passes, prime suite seats for all Nissan Stadium events and Super Bowl tickets, among others.

"Though all of those things are nice, you cannot put a price on the one-on-one interaction you get with your favorite Titans players," Wainwright added.

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