MIAMI GARDENS, Fla., Aug. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Dolphins Enterprises CEO
Joe Bailey today announced a partnership with Kohler Co., Kohler,
Wisconsin, extending through the 2007 season.
As part of Dolphin Stadium's $300 million renovations, KOHLER(R) will
introduce its bath products during the 2007 Miami Dolphins season offering
guests the utmost experience in luxury. The all-new Club Level restrooms at
Dolphin Stadium will feature KOHLER(R) fixtures and faucets with the
"KOHLER(R) Fan Experience," the first all-touchless, luxurious restrooms in
a sports and entertainment complex.
KOHLER(R) plumbing products are world-renowned for their singular level
of quality, design innovation, technology and enduring artistry. Never a
follower of existing trends, Kohler strives to lead the way and set new
standards for gracious living by creating products that deliver years of
performance and beauty.
"Dolphin Stadium is undergoing a historic transformation unlike any
stadium in the United States has experienced," said Joe Bailey, CEO of
Dolphins Enterprises. "Drawing its design inspiration from South Florida's
unique 'sense of place,' together with Kohler(R), Dolphin Stadium is
elevating the guest experience and providing an unmatched level of luxury
to the restrooms within the stadium."
"We are thrilled to be partnering with Dolphin Stadium on this
incredible renovation," said David Kohler, Executive Vice President for
Kohler Co. "Their fans asked for public restrooms that raised the level of
comfort, cleanliness and overall experience. In concert with Kohler's
corporate mission, I believe we've answered the challenge -- that of
bringing a touch of Gracious Living to Dolphin Stadium."
Dolphin Stadium's partnership with Kohler(R) includes products for its
luxurious club level bathrooms that contribute to a complete sensory
experience for patrons and fans with no one bathroom being the same. As
they enter these uniquely designed bathrooms patrons are immediately drawn
to the visually stunning bathroom sinks, consisting of unique shapes,
colors, forms and materials, including brushed stainless steel,
artistically etched glass and genuine enameled cast iron in bright and
The sensory experience continues throughout all the spaces immersing
fans with desirable scents, sounds from the game piped into the bathrooms,
and a complete touchless experience. That's because Kohler outfitted the
bathrooms with its technologically advanced touchless gooseneck faucets and
flush toilets that rely on the company's patented Tripoint(TM) technology.
Together with Kohler(R), Dolphin Stadium ensured that careful attention
was applied to selecting products that conserve water as well. Toward that
end, Dolphin Stadium installed the KOHLER(R) Steward(TM) waterless urinals,
recent recipients of a prestigious design award in a competition sponsored
by BusinessWeek magazine and the Industrial Design Society of America, as
well as faucets with low-flow aerators, and EPA WaterSense-listed toilets
that flush 20 percent less than the 1.6 gallons-per-flush federal mandate.
Among the sponsorship benefits Dolphin Stadium will provide Kohler(R)
include the "KOHLER(R) Finishing Touches" video on Dolphin Stadium's video
boards and the Miami Dolphins website, as well as various hospitality
About Dolphin Stadium
Dolphin Stadium, located in Miami Gardens, Florida, is a world-class
sports and entertainment facility that hosts a wide variety of events
including: Miami Dolphins football, Florida Marlins baseball, the FedEx
Orange Bowl (including the upcoming National Championship game in 2009) and
the upcoming 2010 Super Bowl. The stadium has also been the home of two
Major League Baseball (MLB) World Series Games, four National Football
League (NFL) Super Bowls, and numerous concerts. Dolphin Stadium boasts the
largest hi-definition video boards in professional sports and the world's
longest LED ribbon display. Owned by H. Wayne Huizenga, Dolphin Stadium is
undergoing extensive renovations and improvements expected to be completed
by 2009, making Dolphin Stadium the premier stadium in the United States
and the Americas. For more information on Dolphin Stadium, please visit
About Kohler Co.
Founded in 1873 and headquartered in Kohler, Wis., Kohler Co. is one of
America's oldest and largest privately held companies. Kohler is a global
leader in the manufacture of kitchen and bath products, engines and power
generation systems, cabinetry, tile and home interiors, and international
host to award-winning hospitality and world-class golf destinations. For
more information about Kohler Co., please visit http://www.KOHLER.com
SOURCE Kohler Co.