The Harrisburg Senators (Class AA; Eastern League) and First National Bank are continuing their naming-rights agreement, as they have announced a 10-year extension for FNB Field.
The ballpark has been known as FNB Field since 2016. It was known as Metro Bank Park prior to that, but the name changed as the result of a merger between First National and Metro Bank.
“We’ve been able to achieve a great deal throughout the past two seasons from a community outreach perspective and we want to continue that positive momentum moving forward,” said Tony Sacco, Regional Market Executive and President of FNB’s Capital Region, which includes multiple counties in central and eastern Pennsylvania. “Our focus is on improving the quality of life in the local Harrisburg area and partnering with the Senators allows us to accomplish this in an engaging and meaningful way.”
“We’re extremely excited to continue our partnership with First National Bank. They have been a great partner and are very active with us in collaborating on ways to bring this partnership out into the community,” said Senators president Kevin Kulp. “We share common business philosophies when it comes to improving the quality of life of our region. It’s great to be able to build on what we have established over the last two years.”
Visitors to FNB Field, which is uniquely located on City Island in Downtown Harrisburg, will have access to two on-site FNB ATMs, part of FNB’s extensive, multi-state network of approximately 400 branch locations and more than 550 ATMs.