News – US Chiefs and GEHA Announce Naming Rights Agreement for GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium


The Kansas City Chiefs and GEHA (pronounced GE.HEIN) announced today that GEHA will be the exclusive naming rights partner for Arrowhead Stadium, starting with the 2021 NFL season, GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium will be the home of the Chiefs

GEHA and the Chiefs are committed to ensuring that Arrowhead Stadium remains the stadium’s identity

“We’re very proud and excited to announce our naming rights agreement with GEHA. When we set out to find a partner for the field at Arrowhead, it was important to identify a national leader who would be ours Shares core values ​​as well as a deep connection to the local community and respect for Chiefs Kingdom, “said Chiefs President Mark Donovan.” Our relationship with GEHA over the past few years has only served to strengthen the alignment between our two organizations and their strong, longstanding relationship to demonstrate to the local community This expanded partnership will continue to build enduring health and wellness programs that support the team, GEHA and our community “

Today’s announcement marks an expansion of the already solid partnership between GEHA and the Kansas City Chiefs, which has grown significantly since the relationship was first announced in July 2019 when GEHA became the club’s Exclusive Health, Dental and Vision Plan partner GEHA is a national leader in providing medical and dental plans to more than 2 million federal employees, retired military personnel, and their families worldwide. Both GEHA and the Chiefs are strongly committed to fulfilling their mission to drive and support health and wellbeing The naming rights agreement provides a highly visible platform to support GEHA’s efforts to empower its members to be healthy and healthy

“Expanding our commitment to the team and community with naming rights for GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium is a natural extension of the partnership we first formed with the Chiefs in 2019,” said Shannon Horgan, GEHA’s Chief Growth Officer ” Through our relationship with the Chiefs, we have been able to raise awareness of GEHA’s mission, the breadth of our provider networks, and the quality of our health plans. The ability to grow our brand helps us reinvest in the families and individuals we serve and is invaluable to current and future GEHA members. Expanding this partnership will help GEHA do what we do best – serve those who serve us “

The long-term contract runs until the end of the current lease with the Jackson County Sports Complex Authority

The stadium staff will begin integrating GEHA brand and logo assets across the venue in the coming months The stadium signage will take place at the start of the Chiefs season 2021 in September – the 50th Season for the Chiefs at the legendary Arrowhead Stadium

GEHA (Government Employees Health Association, Incpronounced GE.HEIN) is a non-profit provider of medical and dental plans for federal employees, GEHA has been dedicated for 83 years to providing products and services that enable our members to be healthy and healthy by accessing high quality, affordable health care with approximately 52 million active members and retired federal employees participate in federal medical and dental plans GEHA is one of the largest providers and covers more than 2 million federal employees, retirees, military retirees and their relatives. The company employs 1500 employees in the Kansas City area and across the country and is headquartered in Lee’s Summit, Mo. GEHA is one of the largest employers in the Kansas City metropolitan area and is actively involved in the community through investment of time, resources, and goodwill. For more information, visit gehacom

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News – US Chiefs and GEHA Announce Naming Rights Agreement for GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium