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The Meltdown Lounge>Arrowhead sign removed from the stadium
BigRedChief 10:17 PM 07-16-2021
The Arrowhead sign that everyone takes a picture with from the parking lot has been removed from the top of the stadium.

They are putting up some GHEA sign?
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flinchfree 05:05 PM 07-17-2021
Originally Posted by srvy:
The 2021 season marks the first year of GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium and the club has now officially unveiled the new logo for GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, a visible representation of a partnership that pairs two national brands which are headquartered locally and share a deep respect and appreciation for Chiefs Kingdom and the Kansas City community. When the season kicks off in September, fans will see new branding and signage throughout the venue to reflect the expanded partnership between the Chiefs and GEHA, including the below logos, which are being deployed online and across the stadium's social media accounts now.

https://www.chiefs.com/news/chiefs-2...-sale-thursday

Shoulda called fiverr, would have given them 3 decent logo mockups for $120....
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-King- 05:23 PM 07-17-2021
Originally Posted by Bob Dole:
“ And plus, it was an ugly outdated sign anyway”

Pretty straightforward.
That =/= that I think that new things are automatically better. Just that the sign was ugly and outdated and could have used a replacement. I don't even know what the replacement is to know if it will be better and worse. You guys are the ones menstruating without even knowing what they'll put back up there.
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Frazod 05:28 PM 07-17-2021
Originally Posted by srvy:
The 2021 season marks the first year of GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium and the club has now officially unveiled the new logo for GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, a visible representation of a partnership that pairs two national brands which are headquartered locally and share a deep respect and appreciation for Chiefs Kingdom and the Kansas City community. When the season kicks off in September, fans will see new branding and signage throughout the venue to reflect the expanded partnership between the Chiefs and GEHA, including the below logos, which are being deployed online and across the stadium's social media accounts now.

https://www.chiefs.com/news/chiefs-2...-sale-thursday


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ChiefsCountry 05:42 PM 07-17-2021
Originally Posted by Spott:
Hyvee field would have been easier to say than geha. It seems like an odd sponsor considering that hardly anybody even knows what geha is.
That is why they are sponsoring it to get brand recognition.
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srvy 06:02 PM 07-17-2021
Originally Posted by ChiefsCountry:
That is why they are sponsoring it to get brand recognition.
and the scratch




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stevieray 06:03 PM 07-17-2021
Called it.
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TwistedChief 06:09 PM 07-17-2021
Originally Posted by srvy:
and the scratch



Thank you for putting into gifs why a corporation would want brand recognition. That was helpful to see visually.
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Bearcat 06:09 PM 07-17-2021
Originally Posted by ChiefsCountry:
That is why they are sponsoring it to get brand recognition.
They're a nonprofit with revenue in the range of $4.5 billion.
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TribalElder 06:35 PM 07-17-2021
Brought to you by Carl’s Jr
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petegz28 06:40 PM 07-17-2021
Originally Posted by TribalElder:
Brought to you by Carl’s Jr

It has what football craves….electrolytes


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Jewish Rabbi 07:16 PM 07-17-2021
Originally Posted by petegz28:
It has what football craves….electrolytes


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Big Bill has gotten some extra electrolytes in a Carl’s Jr. bathroom
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BigRedChief 09:20 PM 07-17-2021
Originally Posted by Bearcat:
They're a nonprofit with revenue in the range of $4.5 billion.
when you sponsor the naming of a stadium, that stretches the meaning of “non-profit” doesn’t it?

It’s 2021. A totally different era from when a non-profit was the Red Cross or the Local homeless shelter.
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Jewish Rabbi 09:35 PM 07-17-2021
Originally Posted by BigRedChief:
when you sponsor the naming of a stadium, that stretches the meaning of “non-profit” doesn’t it?

It’s 2021. A totally different era from when a non-profit was the Red Cross or the Local homeless shelter.
Almost all non-profits have marketing budgets.
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jettio 09:51 PM 07-17-2021
Whup-dee-damn-doo.

Some people must love early 1970s graphic design.

I wonder if the folks crying the loudest have avocado green kitchens and bathrooms.
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Bearcat 09:58 PM 07-17-2021
Originally Posted by BigRedChief:
when you sponsor the naming of a stadium, that stretches the meaning of “non-profit” doesn’t it?

It’s 2021. A totally different era from when a non-profit was the Red Cross or the Local homeless shelter.
Oh, I'm sure it's about money one way or another... but, also pretty sure a company that's been around a hundred years and now makes $4.5 billion in revenue without any name recognition would suddenly now be seeking name recognition.
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