Saturday, April 29, 2017

CU Pays $100,00 for Naming Rights to University's Hitting Facility

Members First Credit Union of Florida (Pensacola, FL) will pay $100,000 for the naming rights to the hitting facility used by the baseball and softball teams at the University of West Florida (UWF).

The credit union is scheduled to present the check on Saturday, April 29.

The hitting facility is the UWF’s new multi-purpose, 9,100-square foot indoor training center for baseball and softball, which opened at the beginning of the 2016 season.

The facility is slated to be named Members First Credit Union Hitting Facility, pending UWF Board of Trustees approval.

Read the press release.

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