Becomes First Apron Signage Partner In WNBA League History
INDIANAPOLIS – Pacers Sports and Entertainment is proud to announce that Community Health Network has renewed its presenting sponsorship of the Indiana Fever. Among the many elements included in the deal are the rights to the apron signage on the team playing surface making Community Health Network the first partner in WNBA league history to have their name on that unique piece of inventory.
“We are extremely grateful for the continued support of Community Health Network,” said Fever President and General Manager Kelly Krauskopf who has guided the franchise since its inception. “They have been an outstanding partner with our franchise for 10 years and have shared in our passion to inspire and motivate women and girls to be the best they can be. Their continued support means so much to our entire organization.”
The 2015 season marks the 11th year that Community Health Network has been the presenting sponsor of the Indiana Fever since originally signing an agreement in 2005. Also included in the package are the naming rights to two of the more popular theme nights of the year, the Choices for Champions preseason educational event as well as the annual Breast Health Awareness Night. Both events give Community Health Network the opportunity to deliver specific messaging across two very different, but high profile platforms that affect millions of people every year.
“The Fever share our commitment to the Indianapolis community and empowering young women,” said Bryan Mills, president and CEO of Community Health Network. “Together, we are committed to raising awareness of the importance of physical fitness, self-esteem, anti-bullying techniques and healthy life choices.”