Terrell Hogan will be “Jingling with the Jaguars” on December 17 when the firm celebrates its annual holiday party at the Thursday night game against the Indianapolis Colts. The move is in response to Touchdown Jacksonville’s renewed effort to “Revive the Pride,” particularly for this nationally-televised game.
As part of its long-standing commitment to the Northeast Florida community and support for Jaguars football, Terrell Hogan will purchase tickets to the game for its employees. In order to encourage attendance, Terrell Hogan will also treat firm employees to a pre-game tailgate party and a post-game day off on Friday, December 18. The firm already has commitments for more than 80 tickets and believes that the number could rise to more than 100 before the game.
Terrell Hogan President Wayne Hogan hopes his firm’s move will serve as a call-to-action for other local businesses of all sizes to step up and support the Jaguars. “I’m sure that many Jacksonville professional firms and businesses will show their commitment to this community institution,” said Hogan, a personal season ticket holder since the team’s inception. “We can’t wait or expect that this situation will work itself out. It’s up to each of us to work with the Jaguars for the good of Jacksonville.” Terrell Hogan has a long history of supporting both the Jacksonville community and the Jaguars. To help prevent a blackout several seasons ago, the firm purchased a large block of tickets and donated them to the crew of the U.S.S. John F. Kennedy, which was then stationed at Naval Station Mayport.
Wayne Hogan was one of the area’s business leaders interviewed on WJCT-FM’s daily call-in show, First Coast Connect. He spoke about the support Terrell Hogan is showing for Touchdown Jacksonville! and the effort to fill all the seats at the Jacksonville Jaguars-Indianapolis Colts game on Dec. 17.