The Kansas City Chiefs and GEHA (pronounced GEHA) today announced that GEHA will become the exclusive naming rights partner for Arrowhead Stadium. Starting from the 2021 NFL season, the location of the Chiefs will be the GEHA Stadium at Arrowhead Stadium.
GEHA and the Chief are committed to ensuring that Arrowhead Stadium maintains its status as a stadium.
“We are very proud and happy to announce that we have signed a naming rights agreement with GEHA. When we set out to find partners in this field at Arrowhead, it is vital to find a national leader who has our core values and deep connections to respect. The local community respects the kingdom of the chiefs,” said Chief Chairman Mark Donovan. “In the past few years, our relationship with GEHA has only strengthened the bond between our two organizations and proved their strong, long-term relationship with the local community. This expanded partnership will continue to build lasting Health and wellness programs to support the development of the organization. The team, GEHA and our community.”
Today’s announcement marks the expansion of the already strong partnership between GEHA and the Kansas City Chiefs, which has grown significantly since GEHA became the club’s exclusive health, dentistry and vision program partner in July 2019. GEHA is a national leader in providing medical and dental programs to more than 2 million federal employees, retired military personnel and their families worldwide. GEHA and the chiefs are firmly committed to promoting its mission to promote and support health and wellness. The naming rights agreement provides a highly visible platform to support GEHA’s efforts to enhance the health and wellness of its members.
Shannon Horgan, Chief Growth Officer of GEHA, said: “Expanding our commitment to the team and the community and acquiring the naming rights for GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium is a natural extension of our first partnership with the Chiefs in 2019.” Relationship, we have been able to increase our awareness of GEHA’s mission, the breadth of our provider network, and the quality of our health plans. The opportunity to develop a brand helps us reinvest in the families and individuals we serve and will expand GEHA’s existing members and Valuable benefits for future members. Expanding this partnership will help GEHA do our best to serve the people who serve us.”
The long-term contract lasts until the end of the current lease agreement with the Jackson County Sports Complex Authority.
The stadium staff will begin to integrate the GEHA brand and logo assets throughout the stadium in the next few months, and the stadium logo will begin in September’s 2021 Chiefs season, the 50th season of the iconic Arrowhead Stadium Chiefs.
GEHA (Government Employees’ Health Association, pronounced as GEHA) is a non-profit organization that provides medical and dental programs for federal employees. For 83 years, GEHA has been committed to providing products and services that enable our members to become healthy and healthy through access to quality and affordable medical care. Approximately 5.2 million active and retired federal employees participate in federal medical and dental programs. GEHA is one of the largest providers, covering more than 2 million federal employees, retirees, military retirees and their families. The company has 1,500 employees in the Kansas City area and nationwide and is headquartered in Lee’sSummit, Missouri. GEHA is one of the largest employers in the Kansas City metropolitan area and actively participates in community activities by investing time, resources and goodwill. . For more information, please visit geha.com.