Now you can find out for yourself what goes on behind the scenes. Allen Tate Company, an Official Partner of the Carolina Panthers, invites you to Prowl the Den and win an insider’s tour of the Panthers’ house at Bank of America Stadium.
On November 9, 2013, twenty lucky winners will participate in a guided, open house tour of the Panthers’ facilities. Each winner may bring three additional family members or friends, and will begin their tour with a tailgate party with Sir Purr. The tour will take winners to areas throughout the stadium that are not open to the general public, including the Panthers’ locker room, PantherVision studio, Bank of America Stadium’s kitchen, the infamous Gridiron Club and more. You just never know who you might see hanging around “the house.”
At the end of the tour, one of the twenty tour winners will win a Grand Prize – four suite tickets and four field passes for the December 1, 2013 home game vs. Tampa Bay and four replica Carolina Panthers jerseys. Winner must be present to receive Grand Prize.
To enter, register at contest.allentate.com or at any location of Hickory Tavern; contact an Allen Tate Realtor®, or stop by any Allen Tate sales office. No purchase is necessary. Contest is open to North and South Carolina residents age 18 or over at the time of entry, with a valid email address. Winners may bring guests age 5 and older. Limit one entry per person. Official rules may be found on the contest registration page.
Contest ends at midnight on October 28, 2013. Tour winners will be notified by October 31, 2013.
“This is a great opportunity for Allen Tate to once again team up with the Carolina Panthers and celebrate our long-term partnership,” said Pat Riley, president, Allen Tate Company.
The Prowl the Den Contest is the latest in a series of Allen Tate promotions with the Carolina Panthers since 2007. Other partnership events have included the “Crossing the 50” program, At Home with the Carolina Panthers photo contest, the Ultimate Fan Package Sweepstakes and Panthers Purrsuit social media challenge.