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Waste Pro Signs Second Sponsorship with Jacksonville Jaguars

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Under the agreement, Waste Pro will provide solid waste collection and recycling for all home games at TIAA Bank Field.

Waste Pro has signed a four-year sponsorship with the Jacksonville Jaguars. The partnership began June 1 and will continue through the 2021-2022 NFL season.

This is the second multiyear sponsorship Waste Pro has had with the Jaguars; the first began in 2011. Waste Pro has been providing waste and recycling collection services from a regional operations facility in Jacksonville since 2007.

With this partnership, Waste Pro will provide solid waste collection and recycling for all home games at TIAA Bank Field, located in Jacksonville, Fla. Waste Pro will also service the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena under a separate contract with SMG, which manages the arena and TIAA Bank Field, in addition to Bragan Field at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville and the Prime F. Osborn III Convention Center.

“Our renewed partnership with the Jacksonville Jaguars is an exciting time for us,” said David Schneider, Waste Pro's regional vice president of Northeast Florida, in a statement. “Waste Pro is always at the forefront of community involvement in all of our market areas, and it’s great to partner with the like-minded Jaguars organization.”

“Waste Pro has been a longtime supporter of the Jaguars, and it’s great to welcome them back,” said Scott Massey, Jaguars senior vice president of corporate partnerships, in a statement. “We’re thrilled to have their professional services at TIAA Bank Field.”

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