Wells Fargo Center
Acting as the home for the Philadelphia 76ers and Philadelphia Flyers, the Wells Fargo Center is a very busy venue. In addition to these teams, this venue hosts the Philadelphia Soul in the Arena Football League and is the site of many concerts that come through the Philadelphia area. Located in the same South Philadelphia Sports Complex which includes Citizens Bank Park and Lincoln Financial Field, South Broad Street is your one stop shop for all your sporting event needs.
Taking over for the Spectrum in 1996, the Wells Fargo Center is a major upgrade for fans looking to enjoy the game in a more luxurious style. More than 125 suites attract Philadelphia area professionals to host events at these great events. Those booking through LuxuryVIPSuites.com get the added bonus of working with the most reputable company in the industry, ensuring a smooth event with every detail handled to your specifications.
VIP parking outside the arena allows for a short walk up to the suite level where you can enjoy the amazing catering spread along with refreshing cocktails in a well-decorated room, climate-controlled for your comfort. Multiple sizes and configurations ensure that you will find the luxury suite that is best for you and your group. Whether for personal or professional use, the luxury suites at the Wells Fargo Center cannot be beat. Reach out to us today by calling 610-828-7407 to speak with our knowledgeable staff about securing a suite for an upcoming game.
If you happen to already own a suite at the Wells Fargo Center then you are fully aware of just how amazing the experience is in these great boxes. However, the countless events each year at this venue are sure to leave you with a few occasions when the suite will not be in use. That is where we come in to market your suite to our clients. Email us direct at email@example.com to learn about our marketing program and how LuxuryVIPSuites.com can become a very lucrative partner for you in your suite ownership. Earning back some of your annual expense in owning the suite can help with your bottom line. LuxuryVIPSuites.com is the company you can trust when it comes to leasing out your suite at the Wells Fargo Center.
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The Philadelphia 76ers are the professional basketball team that call the City of Brotherly Love their home. Founded as the Syracuse Nationals in 1946, the franchise changed names and cities in 1963 and has never looked back. Owners of three championship trophies (one in Syracuse in 1955 and two in Philadelphia in 1967 and 1983), the Sixers are always looking to add another to their collection.
After moderate success in the NBL, the team joined the NBA in 1949 and put up the best record in the league at 51-13 on their way to the NBA Finals, where they were eliminated by the Minneapolis Lakers. They would return following the 1954-55 season (the first to use the shot clock) and capture their first title against the Fort Wayne Pistons in seven games.
The 1963 sale of the team prompted the move to Philadelphia, bringing a team back to Philly one year after the Warriors departed for San Francisco. The Philadelphia 76ers were born and made an immediate impact after acquiring Wilt Chamberlain from the Warriors and were one game away from an NBA Finals berth before being knocked out of the playoffs by the Boston Celtics.
The 1966-67 season would go down in the record books as Philadelphia started off the year at 46-4 on their way to the best record in the history of the league at 68-13. Getting their revenge against the Celtics, the Sixers beat the Warriors in six games to reign as NBA Champions.
The team would begin to fall off in the next few years as Chamberlain was traded and the 76ers dropped in the standings. It wouldn’t be until 1976 when the team jumped back to prominence. Their deal with the New York Nets brought in Julius Erving and ushered in a new era of Philadelphia basketball. Despite great success, the 76ers were unable to win a championship until the 1982-83 season when Erving, alongside Moses Malone, Maurice Cheeks, Andrew Toney, and Bobby Jones swept the Los Angeles Lakers to become NBA Champions.
Despite adding Charles Barkley to the roster just two years later, this would be the last championship for the Sixers. In fact, the team’s deterioration left Barkley as the only bright spot. After his trade to Phoenix, Philadelphia went through a dark period until they found their answer in Allen Iverson. The star power of Iverson propelled the team from the bottom of the standings to a premier franchise in the league, culminating with an NBA Finals appearance in 2001 against the Los Angeles Lakers. More great seasons would follow before Iverson was traded to Denver. The Sixers struggled before finally completely giving up in favor of a new idea.
This major rebuilding phased, dubbed “The Process”, was a slow plan to unfold over several years in an effort to fully reconstruct the roster via the draft and trades to become a contender once again. While it is debatable if this process is over or still ongoing, the current team features some big time players in Ben Simmons and Joel Embidd. Simmons inked a new five year $170 million max extension in the offseason. Tobias Harris also signed a five year deal to stay with the team and is joined by Al Horford. The veteran free agent came over from Boston on a four year $109 million deal. Josh Richardson is also new to the 76ers lineup this year. Time will tell how this group will be able to navigate through the season, but the fans are beginning to get restless. Ready to see this team break through to the Finals and hang another banner from the rafters at the Wells Fargo Center, every move this team makes is under the microscope of a tough fan base. Head coach Brett Brown is working to calm the fans while getting his team to perform on a higher level.
Dr. J (Julius Irving), Wilt Chamberlain, Allen Iverson, Moses Malone, Charles Barkley, Hal Greer, and Billy Cunningham are among the most revered players in franchise history. A more in-depth look at the history of the Philadelphia 76ers as well as information about the current team can be found by clicking here.
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