ORLANDO - January 20, 2015 - Orlando City Soccer Club today announced the newest member of its growing partner family - Chick-fil-A, Inc. The popular restaurant chain will become a Proud Partner of Orlando City during its inaugural Major League Soccer (MLS) season. Per Club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
To celebrate the partnership, beginning with Orlando City's home opener against New York City FC at the Orlando Citrus Bowl on March 8th ( season tickets here ), Orlando City fans who wear their Lions' gear into a participating Chick-fil-A on game day will receive a special promotion all season long.
"We are thrilled to be a partner with Orlando City Soccer Club," says local Chick-fil-A franchise operator Rocky DeStefano. "We know this will be a great inaugural year! We also appreciate that they, too, are a company that believes in giving back to their community."
"We're delighted to welcome Chick-fil-A as a partner of Orlando City," said Orlando City Founder and President Phil Rawlins. "They share our passion for serving our community, and have put together a unique platform to help our fans celebrate each and every game day!"
The 2015 Major League Soccer season kicks off at the Orlando Citrus Bowl as the Lions host New York City FC on March 8, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. To purchase Season Tickets, visit www.OrlandoCitySC.com or call 855-ORL-CITY. Also, follow the latest Orlando City news and updates via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube .
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