The Hawai‘i Bowl has named SoFi (pronounced so-FI) as its new title sponsor. The 17th edition of the SoFi Hawai‘i Bowl will feature the hometown University of Hawai‘i against Louisiana Tech on Saturday, Dec. 22, at 5:30 p.m. HT (10:30 p.m. ET) at Aloha Stadium and will air on ESPN and available via the ESPN app.
“On behalf of our executive committee and football fans across the islands, I’m pleased to welcome SoFi as our new title sponsor,” said Daryl Garvin, executive director of the bowl. “There is no place like Hawai‘i during the holidays and SoFi will quickly become a part of our holiday traditions in the islands and across the country with the ESPN telecast of the SoFi Hawai‘i Bowl.”
“SoFi is all about fostering and rewarding the ambition of our members, and the Hawai‘i Bowl annually celebrates the ambitions of two great teams,” said Margi Brown, vice president of marketing and media at SoFi. “We’re proud to be the Hawai‘i Bowl entitlement sponsor as well as a long-time partner of ESPN.”
Tickets are on sale for the 2018 SoFi Hawai‘i Bowl. Tickets range from $45 for sideline seating to $20 for general admission end zone seating. Visit www.TheHawaiiBowl.com for more information.
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About the Hawai‘i Tourism Authority
The Hawai‘i Tourism Authority is responsible for strategically managing the State of Hawai‘i’s marketing initiatives to support tourism, the leading industry for the Hawaiian Islands. HTA’s goal is to optimize tourism’s benefits for Hawai‘i, while being attentive to the interests of travelers, the visitor industry and general public. HTA annually supports a wide range of Hawaiian cultural celebrations, community festivals and sports events to perpetuate Hawai‘i’s legacy and showcase the islands’ natural resources.