NASHVILLE – More than 75 groups who worked in a variety of capacities for events at Nissan Stadium in 2018, raised over $1.5 million for their non-profit organizations. Most of jobs at Nissan Stadium on event days are held by individuals, but the stadium also offers non-profit groups opportunities to work events as a way to raise money for their organizations. These jobs range from concessions workers, ticket takers, ushers, coupon distribution, parking attendants, custodial and souvenir vendors.
Over the last decade, it is estimated this program has provided non-profits a conduit to raise over $8 million for their organizations. These groups include high school bands, high school sports booster groups, college fraternities/sororities, church groups and others. Many of the groups have worked at Nissan Stadium for years.
"All of our employees at Nissan Stadium events are important, but these non-profit groups serve a vital part in our staffing," said Steve Underwood, Titans President and CEO. "This is just another example of how Nissan Stadium plays an important role for Nashville, as these groups are able to raise funds for their important initiatives while serving fans at stadium events."
For any non-profit groups looking to be involved in 2019, please contact the Nissan Stadium offices (firstname.lastname@example.org) for additional information.