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BUFFALO'S MINOR LEAGUE PARK GETS A FUNKY NEW NAME
Published July 5, 1995
North American Health Plans has acquired the naming rights for the stadium formerly known as Pilot Field in Buffalo in a 13- year deal. The park will be known as "North AmeriCare Park," in recognition of the company's newly-formed HMO subsidiary (NAHP). Under the agreement, North American will pay $175,000 for the first three years of the contract, $225,000 for the next three years and $300,000 for the final seven years. The company will provide the city of Buffalo with $50,000 in consultation services in the areas of health insurance (City of Buffalo).