Union Bank To Continue Kid Captain Of The Game
BGSU Athletics, The Union Bank Company to continue long-time partnership
Bowling Green, Ohio – The Union Bank Company announced today it has renewed its commitment for the sixth consecutive year with Bowling Green Athletics, as announced by the university’s exclusive athletics multimedia rights holder, Learfield Sports’ Falcon Sports Properties.
Concurrent with its partner benefits, the Union Bank Company will again fully back the “Kid Captain of the Game” initiative. Launched three years ago, the program is designed for the youngest Falcon football fans, with one winner chosen for each home game. He or she will receive a team jersey, four tickets to a home football game, on-field, pre-game access to watch the players warm-up, as well as the opportunity to stand alongside players for the coin toss. Each Kid Captain also will be recognized on the field before kick off. Parents are encouraged to register their children 12 years or younger, at any Union Bank Company location in Northwest Ohio.
“We have enjoyed an outstanding relationship with BGSU Athletics over the years and look forward to it continuing,” said the Union Bank Company President & CEO, Brian D. Young. “We believe in local sponsorships and know they make a difference. We are proud to be part of this community and anticipate hosting another fun and exciting year for our selected ‘Kid Captains’.
The Union Bank Company is a community bank which employs over 155 people, has over $554 million in assets and 12 locations throughout northwest Ohio. These locations include Bowling Green, Pemberville, Gibsonburg, Findlay, Leipsic, Ottawa, Columbus Grove, Kalida, Delphos, Lima West, Lima East and Lima Shawnee. For more than 105 years, the bank is locally owned and operated with an array of innovative financial products including high interest earning Everyday Rewards checking accounts.
Falcon Sports Properties is a property of Learfield Sports, which manages multimedia rights for 99 collegiate properties and titles the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup with co-founders NACDA and USA Today. To learn more about Learfield’s 40-year history and comprehensive collegiate portfolio, visit www.learfieldsports.com.