Friday, January 30, 2015

Spire Credit Union Buys Naming Rights to Home Run Porch

Spire Credit Union bought the naming rights to the St. Paul Saints' right field home run porch, which will be called the SPIRE Credit Union Home Run Porch.

The sponsorship will last eight years. The price tag of the deal was not disclosed.

Once again, this is an example of a credit union abusing its preferential tax treatment.

Read the article.

1 comment:

  1. Do you really expect credit unions not to advertise or promote themselves? We are supposed to be quiet and just hope that consumers find a credit union while banks run multi-million dollar ad campaigns?



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