Philadelphia Union has added Farmers Insurance to their list of corporate partners, the club announced today. One of the nation's largest carriers for homeowners insurance, auto insurance, commercial insurance, and financial services, Farmers has joined in a partnership that will be able to be seen at PPL Park and throughout the Union’s brand.
“We’re proud to partner with a company like Farmer’s Insurance,” said Philadelphia Union CEO & operating partner Nick Sakiewicz. “We both share a commitment to quality, value and customer service and this relationship will provide our customers and fans some unique opportunities and do great things for both of our organizations in the years to come.”
The partnership is multi-year and incorporates Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer and Delaware Youth Soccer Association (DYSA) as well. Farmers also becomes the presenting partner of "The 90th Minute Radio Show, which is airs weekly every Tuesday on CBS Sports Radio 610 at 6 p.m. ET from various Chickie’s and Pete’s locations. Additionally, the partnership includes signage in PPL Park and involvement in soccer events held both at the stadium and throughout the community.
"Farmers Insurance Group is very excited to start our multi-year marketing partnership with the Philadelphia Union,” said Chris Frusco, the Agency Point Director at Philadelphia Farmers Insurance. “We look forward to aligning ourselves with another strategic brand in the Philadelphia marketplace. The Union fans present a key opportunity for the local Farmers agents and we are thrilled to be able to support this passionate group and expanding franchise.”
The Union continue their 2013 season on Saturday, March 16 when New England Revolution come to PPL Park for a match at 5 p.m. EST on The Comcast Network. The club currently sits at 1-1-0 on the season.