Monday, April 25, 2016

Palisades Credit Union Buys Naming Rights to Ballpark

Palisades Credit Union (Pearl River, NY) bought the naming rights to a 3,000 seat ballpark that is the home of the Rockland Boulders.

The ballpark will now be called Palisades Credit Union Park.

The Rockland Boulders play in the Canadian American Association of Professional Baseball.

The ballpark was formerly called Provident Bank Park.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Read the story.


  1. Kinda hard to be safe on this one when the bank ended a 10 year contract after five. The CU stepped in to keep the community stadium active.

  2. The cu is $150M assets and net INC in 2015 is $80,000 .05 roa). While paying members 28bps on shares.
    Nice to be a hero.
    While you screw your "owners".
    Should be merged.



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