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Crew Signs First Naming-Rights Partner, Changes Facility Name To Mapfre Stadium

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 03 / 15

The Crew this morning announced the signing of Mapfre Insurance "as the first stadium naming-rights partner in team history," according to Adam Jardy of the COLUMBUS DISPATCH. The facility formerly known as Crew Stadium will now be called Mapfre Stadium. Crew Chair Anthony Precourt said, "This ...

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