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Real estate leader sponsors 6th annual Prowl the Den contest

If you’re a Carolina Panthers fan, you’re probably pretty excited for the season ahead. Sunday football is a tradition, and hopefully, you’ll have the opportunity to experience at least one game day from the stands this season (instead of the couch).

But have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of your favorite team? Allen Tate Realtors®, the Official Realtor of the Carolina Panthers, invites you to Prowl the Den – and find out.

Prowl the Den is an exclusive tailgate and tour experience of Bank of America Stadium. Panthers fans get to explore areas not open to the public, including the Panthers’ locker room, training areas, Gridiron Club, PantherVision studio and the kitchen that prepares food for players and fans alike.

On November 10, 25 lucky winners and their three guests each (friends or family members) will take part in the guided tour of the Panthers’ facilities. The tour will begin with a tailgate party with food, beverages and games. At the end of the tour, one of the 25 tour winners will win a Grand Prize – four suite tickets and four field passes for the December 17, 2018 home game vs. New Orleans, and four replica Carolina Panthers jerseys. Tour winners must be present to win the Grand Prize.

To enter, register at or stop by any Allen Tate sales office. No purchase is necessary. Contest is open to North and South Carolina residents age 18 or older at the time of entry, with a valid email address. Winners may bring guests age 5 and older. Limit one entry per person. Official rules may be found on the contest registration page. Contest ends at 11:59 p.m. on October 25, 2018. Tour winners will be notified on or before November 1, 2018.

“We love our home team and we love sharing what the Panthers are all about with some very special fans. Prowl the Den is one of my favorite events to celebrate our decade-long partnership with the Carolina Panthers,” said Pat Riley, president and CEO, Allen Tate Companies.

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