In 2007, Cam was a college freshman, Luke was still in high school and Ron was a linebacker coach in San Diego. Allen Tate RealtorsⓇ had just entered the Raleigh market and Upstate South Carolina wasn’t even on the radar.
A lot has happened in the past decade. We’ve seen the birth of the iPhone, iPad, Kindle and Google Glass; the publication of the last Harry Potter book; and more superhero movies that we can count. We’ve weathered the downturn (and recovery) of the global economy, played in a second Super Bowl and learned a dance called the Dab.
But one thing has remained steadfast: the partnership of the Carolina Panthers and Allen Tate. Since 2007, the relationship between these two Carolina “home” teams has grown and prospered on a solid foundation of shared values and a commitment to excellence.
“It’s been a terrific run. The Carolina Panthers are an exemplary organization, with outstanding players, coaches, management and support staff. We are so, so proud to be affiliated with the Panthers organization,” said Pat Riley, president and chief operating officer, Allen Tate Companies.
Allen Tate began its long-term relationship with the Panthers in 2007, when the Carolinas’ real estate leader commemorated its 50th year in business by celebrating every time the Panthers crossed the 50-yard-line during a home game at Bank of America Stadium.
Today, both Allen Tate and the Carolina Panthers have strong teams and are well-positioned for success in the upcoming season. Later this month, Allen Tate and the Panthers will team up for the 4th Annual Prowl the Den Contest, where 25 lucky fans and their three guests each will win a behind-the-scenes tour of the Panthers’ Den.
“With each new season, we find new ways to collaborate and complement each other’s successes. It’s like a great marriage that just keeps getting better,” said Riley.