The five best choices for the SEC's corporate sponsor

Corporate sponsorship is trending very quickly in college football. So much so that it may even be taking over and renaming conferences. In this article, I give some thoughts on my top five companies that would make sense to take over as the main corporate sponsor of the SEC.
Dec 4, 2021; Atlanta, GA, USA; Detailed view of the SEC logo on the field before the SEC championship game between the Georgia Bulldogs and Alabama Crimson Tide at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports
Dec 4, 2021; Atlanta, GA, USA; Detailed view of the SEC logo on the field before the SEC championship game between the Georgia Bulldogs and Alabama Crimson Tide at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports / Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports
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Buc-ee’s

It is not a gas station, but a tourist destination that happens to have gas pumps. Buc’ee’s is a much newer company compared to others on the list, but is quickly taking over not only the southeast, but other parts of the country as they have been expanding more nationwide over the past few years.

Buc-ee’s is now in states and has 62 locations. They are all throughout Texas, which makes sense given the fact that they are headquartered in Lake Jackson, Texas. The only SEC states in fact that do not have a Buc-ee’s location are Oklahoma and Mississippi. And with the growth of the company, that will probably change quickly.