Miller Brewing Co.and the Dallas Cowboys announced a 12-year extension Tuesday to their years-long partnership, giving Miller Lite exclusive beer sponsorship rights with the club through the 2020 season.
Financial terms weren't disclosed.
The highlights include TV, radio, and print advertising through the Cowboys' media partnerships, use of the Cowboys logo and other trademarks on packaging and point-of-sale displays, and in-stadium branding in clubs, plazas, "consumer zones," beer gardens, and VIP areas.
"Miller Lite will remain the only beer sponsor the Cowboys have ever had, and at the end of the deal will have enjoyed a 30-year partnership with the team," Miller and the Cowboys said in a release.
"Miller Brewing Company is one of the best sports marketers in the country, continually looking for innovative ways to connect with its consumers," Jerry Jones, the Cowboys owner, said in the release. "As with all of our sponsors, our commitment is to do everything we can to help the folks at Miller achieve their objectives in making such a significant commitment to our team."
Miller's sponsorship rights cover all of Texas, except for the Houston area.
The new deal is highlighted by several prominent features in the new Cowboys stadium, due to open in 2009: