The Orlando Magic and Insurance Office of America (IOA) announced today a new, multi-year relationship, in which IOA will receive entitlement to the Founders Level of the new Amway Center. Opening in the fall of 2010, the facility, which will be operated by the City of Orlando and owned by the Central Florida Community, will compete to host major national events, concerts and family shows and serve as the new home of the Orlando Magic.
In addition to receiving entitlement to the Founders Level, which will be referred to as the “Insurance Office of America Founders Level” or “IOA Founders Level,” IOA will also have naming rights to the three hospitality/meeting room spaces, naming rights to three Hardwood Suites and branding on all collateral and directional signage. The Founders Level at the Amway Center includes 32 Founders Suites with seats that begin 19 rows from the floor. Complete with concierge service and suite attendants to cater to the specific needs of each individual party, Founders Level patrons will experience legendary customer service while never missing a minute of the action.
The IOA Hardwood Suites will offer a completely new meeting experience for Central Florida business leaders. With their executive level décor and service and a view of all of the action in the bowl, the area can accommodate up to 30 people and is available for all Magic home games and potentially for non-Magic events. The IOA Hospitality Rooms offer an opportunity for guests and corporations to host events, receptions or meetings in a more sizeable environment, with accommodations for up to 60 in the space.