Bank of America Stadium

Tenant: Carolina Panthers
Year Opened: 1996
Cost to Build: $248 million
Cost of Naming Rights: 20 years, $140 million

Bank of America (BAC) bought the naming rights to the stadium in 2004 when the sponsorship deal of LM Ericsson (ERIC) expired. BofA had previously been the team's financial-services partner before expanding the relationship. Headquartered in downtown Charlotte, N.C., BofA is the largest U.S. corporation with an NFL naming-rights deal.
 
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