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ADT Sponsorships

ADT Security Services actively supports events, athletic teams and leagues, plus entertainment and sports venues in the neighborhoods where we do business across North America. Through the activation of these programs, ADT strives to give back to the communities in which it serves.

The following sponsorships and programs help ADT extend its reach into communities across the country and across the globe.


Bank Atlantic Center

ADT is a corporate sponsor and official electronic security provider for The Bank Atlantic Center, "The Center of It All" for family entertainment in South Florida and home of the Florida Panthers ice hockey team. It is an 872,000 square-foot facility which seats 19,250 for hockey and 20,000 for basketball, family shows and concerts. There are 74 private suites, two party suites, eight co-op suites, two skyview terraces and 2,236 club seats. Through its sponsorship, ADT holds the naming rights for the BankAtlantic Center's Private Club on the Lexus Club Level. The ADT Club provides fans a true VIP, high-end sports and entertainment experience they have come to expect at the Bank Atlantic Center.

The Home Depot Center

ADT is a founding partner of the Home Depot Center, one of the most significant training centers for amateur athletes in the country. This Olympic-sanctioned training center opened in July 2003 and hosts year-round world-class international events. The venue also hosts a variety of Olympic sports including soccer, tennis, track and field and cycling, setting the stage to link the youth of today and the Olympians of tomorrow. The unique state-of-the-art training complex is set on 125-acres approximately 10 miles south of downtown Los Angeles on the campus of California State University Dominguez Hills.

Pepsi Center

ADT is the "Official and Exclusive" security provider of Pepsi Center, one of the nation's finest sports and entertainment facilities, represents the best of Colorado and the Rocky Mountain West.

Since opening October 1, 1999 with a sold-out performance by Celine Dion, Pepsi Center has hosted a wide variety of events including hockey and basketball games, musical acts, ice extravaganzas and circuses.

Pepsi Center occupies a 4.6-acre footprint in Denver's central Platte Valley. With more than 675,000 square feet of building space, the five-level facility is a premier sports and entertainment destination. Home of the NBA's Denver Nuggets, NHL's Colorado Avalanche, AFL's Colorado Crush and NLL's Colorado Mammoth, Pepsi Center seats 19,099 for basketball games and 18,007 for hockey, arena football and lacrosse games. Depending on stage configuration, Pepsi Center seats between 500 and 20,000 for concerts and other events.