The naming rights to Paul Brown Stadium are up for grabs, and Cincinnatians have ideas.
On Thursday, Hamilton County’s administration confirmed to The Enquirer that the Cincinnati Bengals plan to explore naming legal rights alternatives for the Downtown soccer stadium. It has been named after the team’s founder, Paul Brown, considering that its opening in 2000.
As speculation around potential consumers circulates on social media, we asked Enquirer Instagram followers for their enter.
They gave quite a few innovative responses. Below are our favorites.
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Numerous commenters appear to imagine Cincinnati-headquartered Procter & Gamble will buy the stadium’s naming legal rights. Other company tips incorporated “Kroger Stadium: Wonderful gamers. Decreased price ranges,” and “Fifth Third Stadium.” Due to the Pittsburgh Steelers a short while ago renaming their home location to Acrisure Stadium, “Heinz Area” even came up as a suggestion.
Skyline Chili, of system, got various mentions, with our favourite advisable name getting the “Skyline Chili Bowl.”
Various Instagram buyers also recommended renaming Paul Brown Stadium to “The Jungle,” a engage in on the Bengal tiger’s habitat and the unofficial nickname for the team’s dwelling field.
Potentially the most clever suggestion we acquired, nevertheless, was the “Graeter American Ball Park,” a two-for-one particular participate in on both Graeter’s Ice Cream and the Cincinnati Reds’ present residence at Terrific American Ball Park.
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