Our Super City

On Sunday the Tampa Bay area came to life as we hosted Super Bowl LV. It was time for us to show off our great city and how much we have grown since hosting the Super Bowl in 2009.

Tampa Bay sports has become one of only three cities to receive a trifecta: the Bolts brought home the Stanley Cup, the Rays made it to the World Series and our Buccaneers defeated the Chiefs in Super Bowl LV!

What does this all mean to Bagley? A great deal. Our home office has been in Lakeland since Bagley’s inception. We have grown with this community and have supported the wonderful people who work and play here. Most of our clients are based in the area and we are honored to contribute to all things Tampa Bay. We are so proud of all of the safety measures that took place during this exciting week of events.

The NFL did an amazing job highlighting and honoring America’s frontline healthcare workers and we appreciate that more than they will ever know. We cherish our relationships with our healthcare partners and are fortunate to work with companies like AdventHealth and Tampa General Hospital (TGH). Last week, TGH served as the exclusive medical provider of the Tampa Bay Super Bowl LV Host Committee and was the exclusive sponsor of the first aid stations at Super Bowl Experience. They trusted Bagley to design, produce and package safety gear for the pre-event extravaganza. TGH branded Super Bowl masks, footballs, hand sanitizer and gel beads will be seen by folks along our beautiful riverwalk enjoying interactive games, virtual meet & greets with NFL players, photo opportunities with the Vince Lombardi Trophy and more promoting health and safety, a top priority of our city and the NFL.

Our tireless frontline workers received a thank you from the NFL for their unwavering service during the pandemic. They invited 7,500 vaccinated health care professionals to Super Bowl LV as honored guests. The majority of are from hospitals and health care systems in and around the Tampa Bay area. In addition, all 32 NFL teams selected health care workers from their communities to watch the game live. NFL for the win!

Sunday’s game at Raymond James may not have been played at full capacity but our hearts were full and our city is the home of winning. A bright star of hope in an uncertain time. Our championship has been contagious and we have shown it to the world. I join you all in this celebration of success. Congratulations to the Bolts, the Rays and the Bucs! And to our super city.

Jill Stults, CEO

Jill Stults

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