O,R&L Supports the Florida Citrus Bowl

O,R&L Facility Services
supports Florida Citrus Bowl
annual signature events

Our experienced crews provide for regular on-going maintenance, event services and post event cleaning for the entire complex which includes:

  • Florida Citrus Bowl - the largest of the Orlando Venues seating 70,000 patrons at maximum capacity.
  • Tinker Field - with seating for 5,100 the stadium is primarily used for baseball and other events that include Orlando Calling, a unique annual event featuring 40 different musical acts over a 2-day weekend.
  • McCracken Field - Adjacent to Florida Citrus Bowl and Tinker Field, McCracken Field is used as an alternative training site and location for amateur and semi-pro league baseball as well as a practice field for Champs Sports Bowl and Capital One Bowl participants.  McCracken Field is also used for tailgate parties for some of the larger Citrus Bowl events.

O,R&L provides support for all activities at the Florida Citrus Bowl
which include annual signature events such as:

Monster Jam 2012 – The adrenaline pumping Monster Jam event featured 16 of the biggest names in monster trucks including Grave Digger®, celebrating the trademark truck’s 30th anniversary tour.  This year’s event, held on January 28th was a sellout with 60,000 in attendance.

Florida Classic Capital One Bowl - This year's events included the Capital One Fan Fest at McCracken Field, tailgate party at the Kuykendall Gardner Tailgate Terrace at Tinker Field in addition to South Carolina's 30-13 win against Nebraska on January 12, 2012.

87th East-West Shrine Game - A showcase for the next generation of NFL greats and a priceless benefit event for the Shriners Hospitals for Children®.  This year’s game featured the West's 24-17 win against the East.

Champs Sports Bowl - December 29, 2011 started with the a tailgate party at the Kuykendall Gardner Tailgate Terrace at Tinker Field, the Best Buy Fan Zone at McCracken Field and the Champs Sports Bowl game which featured Florida State's 18-14 win against Notre Dame.

Florida High School Athletic Association’s Football Championships –The FHSAA sponsors championship programs through which 108 teams and more than 720 student-athletes are crowned state champions in 30 sports each year.  The FHSAA Football Championship is featured each December at the Florida Citrus Bowl. 

The Annual Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida Classic - The annual match-up between historic rivals Bethune- Cookman and Florida A&M University kicked off at 2:30 pm on November 19, 2011. 

2011 Orlando Calling – A landmark event held November 12th-13th at Citrus Bowl Park. With crowds of up to 25,000, O,R&L's crews ensured that the on-site facilities were in clean condition for the patrons of this event which featured 40 different acts on multiple performance sites throughout the Florida Citrus Bowl Complex including the Florida Citrus Bowl, McCracken Field and Tinkers Field.

 7th Annual MEAC/SWAC Challenge Presented by Disney – The 2011 matchup featured Bethune-Cookman’s 63-14 win against Prairie View A&M in the September 2011 game.