Miami Gardens, FL– The Miami Dolphins president Tom Garfinkel announced today that the newly renovated Dolphin Stadium would now be known as “Hard Rock Stadium”. A crowd of just over 200 gathered in the bowels of the home of the Dolphins and the Miami Hurricanes to get details on the new stadium ‘naming rights’ deal.
It’s a deal being reported to be worth over $250 Million Dollars for the Dolphins and the Hurricanes are easily grateful benefactors. Hard Rock stadium will play host to football, soccer and concerts and today’s opening presser was evident of the party that they expect to throw every time the doors open.
The star power was out in full force as Miami Athletic Director Blake James joined Garfinkel, hall of famer Dan Marino, NFL vet and former Hurricane QB Bernie Kosar and a host of Dolphins including DT Ndamukong Suh.
The benefits are easily seen, the Hurricanes will have state of the art facilities to play in and with the Super Bowl already been awarded in 2020 and international soccer clubs already slated to play, Hard Rock Stadium will become an international destination within no time.