Independence Bowl Foundation officials are proud to announce Duck Commander as the new title sponsor of the Independence Bowl, the nation’s 11th oldest bowl game. The game will be known as the Duck Commander Independence Bowl and will be played in Independence Stadium in Shreveport, La., where it was first played to honor America’s bicentennial celebration in 1976.
“The Independence Bowl is proud Duck Commander has agreed to become our new title sponsor,” said current Bowl Chairman, John Hubbard. “Their success has been phenomenal. As we both explored this opportunity, it was clear this national and growing worldwide success could help bring new business relationships to the Independence Bowl and enable us to showcase Louisiana as a Sportsman’s Paradise.”
Bowl officials say the partnership will reinstate “Independence” as part of the bowl’s name following a one-year hiatus.
“The Independence Bowl Foundation and this community are thrilled to have Duck Commander as our new title sponsor,
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