Florida Beach Bowl, UEN Empowers HBCU Conferences With Postseason Football

UEN Adops | September 11 2023 | 2 mins of read
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 Houston, TX- HBCU football fans have longed for postseason events, and in 2023, they’ll have the new Florida Beach Bowl to attend and cheer for. This bowl game will feature two HBCU football programs from the CIAA and SIAC conferences, expanding options beyond the Celebration Bowl and NCAA Divisional playoffs.
 The strategic partnership between the Florida Beach Bowl committee and Urban Edge Network has forged a strong vision for this game. Todd Brown advocates for greater control over HBCU sporting events, including decisions on production aspects like “how, where, when, and who.”
 While the formation of the bowl game isn’t unique, it offers fans an exciting option to support HBCU football during the postseason. Corporations and advertising agencies can invest in NCAA postseason bowl games, attracting millions in sponsorship and advertising dollars.
 Urban Edge Network will broadcast the 2023 Florida Beach Bowl to 70 million homes and stream it on 303 million devices. A press conference will be held on Thursday, Sept. 14, at 11:00 AM ET at the L.A. Lee YMCA/Mizell Community Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
 Victor Robenson, CEO of the Florida Beach Bowl, expressed excitement about the partnership with Urban Edge and Impact Network, organizations committed to supporting and uplifting HBCUs. They anticipate a future filled with opportunities and progress, aiming to make a positive and lasting impact on these remarkable institutions.
The Florida Beach Bowl is proud to embark on this journey towards a brighter future alongside their dedicated partners.

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