Huntington to Put Name on Baseball Park

Mazzucca, Tim
February 2006
American Banker;2/8/2006, Vol. 171 Issue 26, p19
Trade Publication
The article describes Huntington Bancshares Inc.'s plan to buy the naming rights to the stadium to be built for the Columbus Clippers, the local Triple-A professional baseball team which is a minor-league affiliate of the New York Yankees. Huntington will pay $12 million to name the stadium Huntington Park for 23 years. Huntington also sponsors the National Hockey League's Columbus Blue Jackets, the Arena Football League's Columbus Destroyers, and the Ohio State University athletic program.


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