It’s that time of the year again – time for some good ole’ American college football.
We often hear how the team gets ready for the season, but have you ever wondered how it all comes together at the stadium on game day?
Toyota Forklifts helps the “unsung hidden heroes” pull it all together at college football stadiums around the county. Whether they are hauling fertilizer to the field, pads to the locker room, or food to the vending stations, Toyota Forklifts is their equipment to deliver the goods.
Toyota visited the Logistics teams at Mississippi State University, University of Alabama, and Auburn University to learn how, with the help of Toyota Forklifts, they get ready to host thousands of fans every football season.
Mississippi State University, Bulldogs Football
Hosting a football game at Mississippi State is a major production. More than 60,000 people are in the stadium on any given Saturday during football season.
Click here to check out how Toyota Forklifts helps the Mississippi State University Bulldogs get ready to host thousands of people at Davis Wade Stadium in Starkville, Mississippi.
University of Alabama, Crimson Tide Football
The University of Alabama’s Bryant-Denny stadium seats over 100,000 people (about the seating capacity of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum) and is one of the largest stadiums in the country. A vast “behind-the-scene” team pulls together to support Alabama’s Crimson Tide football team on Saturdays at the stadium.
Click here to learn how Toyota Forklifts keeps the tide rolling with Alabama Football.
Auburn University, Tigers Football
Auburn University is one of the largest universities in the South. On football Saturdays in Auburn, Jordan-Hare Stadium becomes Alabama’s fifth-largest city. The Auburn Tigers have sold more than 75,000 season tickets to Auburn home games every year in the last 18 years.
Click here to watch how Toyota pounces on game day prep with the Auburn Tigers.
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