Friday, December 8, 2017

Three CUs Ink Naming Rights Deals.

Three credit unions have signed naming rights agreements in recent weeks.

Mountain America Credit Union (West Jordan, UT) bought the naming rights to the South Towne Expo Center.

The 258,000 square-foot venue will be called Mountain America Expo Center beginning on January 1, 2018.

The credit union will host quarterly financial seminars at the expo center.

The length of the agreement is for 10-years. But the price of the deal was not disclosed.

Read the press release.

Diamond Credit Union (Pottstown, PA) bought the naming rights to the theater at the Santander Arena.

The theater will be known as the Diamond Credit Union Theater.

Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

Read the story.

1st Ed Credit Union (Chambersburg, PA) secured the naming tights to the indoor track at at Chambersburg Area Senior High School.

The indoor track will now be called 1st Ed Credit Union Indoor Track.

As part of the deal, the credit union will be allowed two signs in the Field House. Also, the credit union will be allowed two features per year in the school district's internal and external eNewsletter. The credit union's logo will receive placement of its logo on the Chambersburg Area School District's community partners webpage.

The annual cost of the deal is $6,000.

The length of the deal is for three years.

Read the story.

Read the sponsorship agreement.

Read the 1st Ed Credit Union proposal.

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