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Sources: Jaguars, EverBank Set To Agree On 10-Year Extension For Stadium Naming Rights

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 25 / 14

See the listing for EverBank Jacksonville-based EverBank will announce Friday afternoon that it has "signed a 10-year extension to retain the stadium naming rights with the Jaguars" through the '24 season, according to sources cited in a front-page piece by Gene Frenette of th...

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