Troy Atlas elected as chair of 2022-2023 Tampa Bay Bowl

The Tampa Bay Bowl Association has announced that R. Troy Atlas has been elected as chair of the Board of Directors of the New Year’s Day college bowl game, in Tampa.

Troy Atlas

Atlas is president and chief executive officer of Home Safety Solutions, in Oldsmar, which provides and installs hurricane protection products for homes and businesses.

“It’s an honor and a privilege to assume leadership of the Board of such a terrific institution,” said Atlas, in a statement “Not only has the Bowl fielded many exciting football games during its 36-year history, but we’ve hosted countless visitors to our attractions and beaches over the years, as well. It’s also heartwarming to be able to be a part of the Charitable Giving Initiative, where we donate $500,000 back to deserving organizations in the community each year.”

Atlas was previously vice chair and has been a long-time volunteer and member of the Board of Directors, since 2012.

Additional officers of the board for the 2022-23 bowl include Chris Roederer, Tampa General Hospital Foundation, as vice chair; Todd Timmerman, partner, Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, as vice chair of Pinellas County; Glenn Fasani, Ameriprise Financial, as vice chair Hillsborough County; Greg Orchard, former chief financial officer of Visit Tampa Bay, as treasurer; and Tim Love, CEO, Alltrust Insurance, as secretary.

New additions to the Board of Directors include Jerry Bell, former Tampa Bay Buccaneer and president of Bell & Associates; Cathy Bellatin, Café’ Dufrain; Roy Hellwege, president Central Florida region of Pilot – A Part of LMCU; and Mindi Richter, partner, Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick.

The Tampa Bay Bowl will host teams from the Southeastern Conference and Big Ten Conference or Atlantic Coast Conference/Notre Dame, in Raymond James Stadium, in January 2023.

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