Little Rock, AR - War Memorial Stadium is announcing the launch of a new website, logo, and stadium branding as it heads into the next phase of development under the supervision of the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism.
War Memorial Stadium’s newly redesigned website - www.WMStadium.com - will improve online interactions. The new interface provides a user-first experience, taking into consideration the athletic and community events the audience will attend at the stadium. With a newly integrated program members of the community can now find event information, policies, and tailgating reservations all in one place.
“The responsive design allows the site to work seamlessly on any device including smartphones and tablets,” said Arkansas State Parks Marketing and Revenue Manager Joe Jacobs. “The site features a more user-friendly layout, updated design, and will soon have automated reserved tailgating reservations for Arkansas Razorback games.”
The new War Memorial Stadium logo has been implemented in several high-exposure locations on the exterior and interior of the stadium. Exterior banners, concourse graphics, and field-level graphics will prominently display the new brand mark.
“War Memorial Stadium is a very personal place for many Arkansans,” said Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism Executive Director Kane Webb. “With that in mind, we are excited to announce this next phase that will build on the traditions it has long held, as well as look to the future so generations to come can create their own memories.”
Additionally, War Memorial Stadium is now the home for two wall murals that pay tribute to the veterans who have served our country. Located on the concourse inside Gate 1, these murals salute the Medal of Honor recipients with Arkansas ties.
War Memorial Stadium will host the 2018 Arkansas Razorback Red-White Game this Saturday at 1 p.m. The day begins with a Spring Game Fan Fest from 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. in parking lot 5, on the east side of the stadium. This family friendly event will feature inflatables, a visit from Tusk, music, and much more. Admission and parking are free.