TING JAGUARS AND PET PARADISE INTRODUCE THE NFL’S FIRST IN-STADIUM DOG PARK pets,” said Scott Massey, Jaguars senior vice president of corporate partnerships. “Both our fans and our players have enjoyed the opportunity to give their dog a day of fun while they take time to enjoy the game themselves.” Fans and pet owners wishing to treat their dog to a day at the Bank can do so in one of the following ways: • Enter to win the Pet Paradise Top Dog sweepstakes now open online at www. jaguars.com/petparadise. Each week, 10 lucky canine winners will be selected to enter the park. Their families will also win two tickets to the game. • Become a Jaguars season ticket member and get an extra chance to win. An additional fi ve season ticket members will be selected each home game to bring their dog to the stadium. • Visit jaxhumane.org/bid to bid on one of fi ve game day pet packages for every Jaguars home game, which includes two game tickets, one parking pass and access for one dog to Pet Paradise Park. All proceeds will benefi t pets waiting for forever homes at the Jacksonville Humane Society. “Pet Paradise Park, a one-of-a-kind experience for our pet guests and their owners, will raise money and awareness to help pets in need in our community while giving our furry friends a fun place to enjoy Jaguars’ football,” said Fernando Acosta-Rua, Pet Paradise CEO. “We have a long-standing partnership with the Jacksonville Humane Society, and our plan is to raise $50,000 this season to help homeless pets in Northeast Florida.” Winning dogs will get the chance to access Pet Paradise Park at TIAA Bank Field on game day. Game day walk-ups will not be permitted access to Pet Paradise Park. Before entering the stadium dog park, all selected dogs must visit a Pet Paradise location to preregister during a free Get-Acquainted Day. The park is located on the south end zone patio of TIAA Bank Field, located directly above the Fields Auto Group Terrace Suite. Pet Paradise Park features a large artifi cial turf play area, a bone-shaped swimming pool and palm trees. A veterinarian, will staff the park at all times. For complete details on how your best furry friend can visit Pet Paradise Park this season, visit www.jaguars.com/petparadise.