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EverBank Seeks to Honor Local Community Champions, Winners Take the Field


June 2, 2017 – Jacksonville, FL – EverBank and the Jacksonville Jaguars have teamed up to offer fans the opportunity to honor those making a difference in their hometown.

The 2017 EverBank Builds Community Champion Challenge will recognize individuals who are making a lasting impact by giving their time and energy to help those who need it most. Fans can nominate a community champion by visiting

Each Jaguars home game, a community champion and their nominator will enjoy a VIP experience at EverBank Field, including pre-game sideline access and seats on the field. Their story will be shown during the game on the video boards.

"EverBank places a strong value on giving back," said Blake Wilson, president and chief operating officer at EverBank. "Countless members of our community have gone above and beyond to improve the lives of our neighbors and we are proud to offer this opportunity to recognize community champions."

"The Jaguars are honored to host those making a difference in the local community at EverBank Field this season through the EverBank Builds Community Champion Challenge," said Peter Racine, senior vice president, Jaguars Foundation – Community Impact. "Community Champion showcases the great work occurring in Jacksonville and I am excited that we have the opportunity to spotlight all of the ways that our VIP guests are changing our community for the better."

EverBank BuildsSM is EverBank's community arm. Through inspiring hope and empowering change, EverBank Builds is committed to making a meaningful impact in the areas of empowering youth, housing and economic development and financial literacy. More information on EverBank Builds can be found at

The terms and conditions for this challenge can be found at

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