Wednesday, April 26, 2017

TruMark Financial CU Buys Naming Rights to University Arena

TruMark Financial Credit Union (Fort Washington, PA) bought the naming rights to an arena at La Salle University.

The Tom Gola Arena at Hayman Hall will now be known as the Tom Gola Arena at the TruMark Financial Center.

The credit union also will provide scholarship and financial literacy support at the university.

The credit union will operate a student-run branch on the La Salle University campus starting in the fall semester of 2017.

The cost and terms of the naming rights deal were not disclosed.

Read the press release.

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