Bills and U.S. Air Force announce partnership

Orchard Park, NY - The Buffalo Bills announced a new partnership with the United States Air Force.

As part of the agreement, the U.S. Air Force will receive Ralph Wilson Stadium signage, buffalobills.com website advertising and they will activate in the Shredd and Ragan Lot C Tailgate Party area on game days.  The U.S. Air Force will also have an on-field swear-in ceremony prior to the Bills September 25th game vs. New England. 

"Our partnership with the United States Air Force provides excellent opportunities for our loyal and patriotic fans to become more engaged with the Air Force," said Bruce Popko, Buffalo Bills senior vice president of business development.  "The U.S. Air Force is a powerful branch of the armed services and we are proud to connect our brands as a part of the 2011 NFL season."

"The United States Air Force's 313th Recruiting Squadron is truly excited about the partnership we have forged with the Buffalo Bills," said Lieutenant Colonel Robert Roy, 313th Recruiting Squadron Commander.  "Together, our organizations represent the highest levels of professionalism and teamwork in our respective fields.  In addition, we appreciate the patriotism and support of the greatest fans around!  We are proud of this venture and look forward to a great season.  Aim High...Fly, Fight, Win!"

The mission of the United States Air Force is to fly, fight and win in Air, Space and Cyberspace. For Fiscal Year 2011, Air Force Recruiting Service, headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, is hiring more than 27,000 new Airmen. Air Force Recruiting Service inspires, engages and recruits the brightest, most competitive and diverse men and women for service in America's Air Force. The Air Force then provides them with challenging and highly technical training that gives them skills necessary to grow the Air Force's combat capability. For more information about Air Force career opportunities and benefits, visit www.airforce.com.

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