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Thunder, Paycom Announce 15-Year Arena Naming Rights Agreement

The Oklahoma City Thunder’s downtown arena has a new name after a 15-year naming rights partnership was agreed to with Paycom, one of the largest companies in the state of Oklahoma. The name change takes effect immediately, with exterior signage to be completed in time for the start of the 2021-22 season. For the new […]

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Columbus Crew Announce Naming Rights Deal with Lower.com

The third Major League Soccer stadium to open this season has finally revealed its naming rights sponsorship, as the Columbus Crew’s downtown venue will be called Lower.com Field after the MLS team signed a long-term partnership with the local fintech company. Lower.com Field is set to open when the Crew host the New England Revolution […]

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Binghamton Rumble Ponies’ Ballpark Gets Naming Rights Sponsor

The home ballpark for one of minor league baseball’s most imaginatively named teams has a new name itself. The home of the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, the Double-A affiliate of the New York Mets, will now be called Mirabito Stadium after two-plus decades of being called NYSEG Stadium. NYSEG will continue as a sponsor of the […]

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Sharecare, Oak View Group Partner on Health Protocol Verified Program

Sharecare has launched an enhanced version of its health security solution for sports venues, known as “Verified,” with the goal of helping venues restore fan confidence and mitigate risks associated with COVID-19 and other public health events. The Verified program focuses on large-capacity venues including people movement, player/performer protocols, and up-to-date public health recommendations and […]

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Wilmington Sports Complex Gets Naming Rights Sponsor

The Wilmington City Council in North Carolina has approved a $1.3 million title sponsorship agreement with nCino Inc., a Wilmington-based company that specializes in financial technology, for naming rights to a public sports complex scheduled to be completed this fall that would be one of the largest in the state. The Cape Fear Soccer Park […]

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Populous Unveils Georgia Tech Baseball Renovations

Populous, in association with Collins Cooper Carusi, has recently completed and unveiled the second phase of renovations at Georgia Tech’s recently renamed Mac Nease Baseball Park at Russ Chandler Stadium. The second phase, at a cost of $10 million, includes a new entry plaza plus Champions Hall, a two-story, multipurpose gathering space for fans on the […]

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‘The Epicenter’ Torch Placed at Weidner Field Entrance

A unique sculpture designed to reflect the pride of Colorado Springs as Olympic City, USA, will be placed at the entrance to Weidner Field, the new home of the Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC. The sculpture, called ‘The Epicenter,” will be formally unveiled on April 23. The iconic $4.5 million public art piece will showcase two […]

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Inter Miami Finds Stadium Naming Rights Partner in AutoNation

Inter Miami CF, a week before the start of the Major League Soccer season, has announced a naming-rights agreement for its stadium in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, with AutoNation that will see its venue rebranded as DRV PNK Stadium for the next three years. The agreement also includes AutoNation branding on the Inter Miami training gear. […]

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Miami Marlins, loanDepot Announce Naming Rights Agreement for Ballpark

The Miami Marlins will rename its home ballpark as loanDepot park in the first naming rights agreement that the club has had for the venue that opened for the 2012 season. The agreement deepens the relationship between loanDepot and baseball. The company is already the official mortgage provider of MLB and presenting sponsor of both […]

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Pittsburgh Pirates, PNC Bank Extend Stadium Naming Rights Partnership

The Pittsburgh Pirates and PNC Bank have announced a 10-year extension to their current agreement, the centerpiece of which is the continued naming rights of PNC Park. Financial terms were not disclosed. With the original 20-year naming rights agreement set to expire prior to the 2021 season, the two Pittsburgh institutions agreed to extend the […]

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