PRESS RELEASE – Today, the Chattanooga Lookouts introduced FSG Bank as their Presenting Partner for the 2015-2017 seasons. This multi-year partnership joins together two of Chattanooga’s hometown community businesses. Continue reading
Category Archives: Sponsorships & Advertising
PRESS RELEASE – Eastern Bank has signed on to be the presenting sponsor of the Futures Collegiate League All-Star game, which will be held on July 21, 2015 at Fraser Field in Lynn. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Ottawa Champions Baseball Club will play their home opener of their inaugural season on May 22 against the Sussex County Miners in newly designated “Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Park”. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Long Island Ducks, along with Seating Solutions, a custom spectator seating company located in Commack (Long Island), N.Y., will be installing and introducing the “Fan Can”, the Ultimate VIP Fan Experience to fans of the Long Island Ducks of the Atlantic League at Bethpage Ballpark in 2015.
PRESS RELEASE – Slip on your flip flops, throw on your favorite Hawaiian shirt and grab a drink with a colorful umbrella because CHS Field is going to get downright tropical. The St. Paul Saints are known for an atmosphere where fans can laugh, unwind and have a good time during the game. It’s only fitting then that the most recent Founding Partner at CHS Field shares the Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Lehigh Valley IronPigs and Coca-Cola of the Lehigh Valley have extended the naming rights agreement for Coca-Cola Park through 2027, both organizations officially announced today. Coca-Cola Park — the first professional sports venue in the United States named specifically after the iconic brand — is widely regarded as one of the premier ballparks in America and has Continue reading
Great American Insurance Group’s name will be prominently featured on new signs being installed at Great American Ball Park, the home of the Cincinnati Reds. Read more and view renderings here. It’s about time. We have to wonder how many folks outside of the Cincinnati metro area actually knew the ballpark had a sponsor?