During these tough times of the coronavirus pandemic, we’ve been amazed at how many people—celebrities and regular folks alike—have devoted themselves to helping those in need. Now, we’re happy to hear this piece of feel-good news from Lowe’s, the home improvement store, which has just launched the “Home Team Roster,” a lineup of players from all 32 NFL teams working on various community impact projects in their respective NFL hometowns.
For the partnership, each player will volunteer on a project ranging from affordable housing repairs and small business support to veterans’ outreach and disaster recovery. Lamar Jackson, Baltimore Ravens’ quarterback and 2019 NFL MVP, is serving as “captain” for Lowe’s Home Team, and is very much looking forward to making a difference in Charm City.
For his specific project, the star quarterback will work with Lowe’s and Baltimore’s Southwest Partnership to help with the opening of the United Way
- Lowe’s debuts a new marketing campaign today (Sept. 9) to unite NFL fans as they watch this season from home, the brand said in a press release emailed to Marketing Dive. One player from each of the league’s 32 teams will join Lowe’s “Home Team” to support community-building projects by people and organizations that exemplify the cultural fabric of their respective NFL hometowns.
- A 30-second TV commercial will air during Thursday’s game between the Houston Texans and Super Bowl 2020 champion Kansas City Chiefs. The new spot, titled “800 Mint Street,” nods to the Carolina Panthers’ stadium address and will feature fans’ homes who share the same address, aiming to reinforce that “this year, we’re all on the home team,” per the announcement.
- Lowe’s Home Team players will host virtual fan engagements throughout the season and share their personal DIY home improvement projects in a new series called
MOORESVILLE, N.C., Sept. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — At a moment when sports are being redefined and homes are becoming the new stadium, Lowe’s is putting the “home” in “home team.” Lowe’s is unveiling the first-ever Lowe’s “Home Team,” a group of current NFL players representing every team in the league, coming together to unite fans around the connection and community we all crave during football season, even as fandom goes home.
2019 NFL MVP Lamar Jackson (Baltimore Ravens) and All-Pro Christian McCaffrey (Carolina Panthers) will serve as captains of Lowe’s “Home Team,” connecting NFL hometowns around the country and proving that, no matter where
2020 NFL predictions: Expert picks for Super Bowl LV, MVP, Offensive Player of the Year and other major awards
The 2020 NFL season is finally here. You know what that means: It’s time for predictions! When the Houston Texans and Kansas City Chiefs square off to begin this year’s hunt for the Lombardi Trophy, we’ll also get our first look at some favored candidates for major accolades, from former MVP Patrick Mahomes to potential Offensive Rookie of the Year Clyde Edwards-Helaire. So as the games roll in, we decided to put our team to the test and forecast every single major award on the line in 2020.
Right here, right now, we’ve got predictions for:
- Super Bowl LV champion
- Super Bowl LV MVP
- Regular-season MVP
- Offensive Player of the Year
- Defensive Player of the Year
- Coach of the Year
- Offensive Rookie of the Year
- Defensive Rookie of the Year
- Breakout Player
- Team Bound for a Steep Decline
- Team Bound for a Big Step Up
And here’s the full cast