Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Park Community CU Buys Naming Right to University Basketball Court

Park Community Credit Union (Louisville, KY) buys naming rights to the basketball court at Bellarmine University.

The $926 million credit union became the official credit union of the school and the Official Partner of Bellarmine men's basketball and Bellarmine athletics.

The sponsorship includes co-branded spaces on Bellarmine's campus, a Bellarmine University ATM debit card, sponsored events and access to a full suite of financial services.

The basketball court will be known as "Park Community Credit Union Court at Knights Hall."

The price tag of the sponsorship was not disclosed.

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