The Trois-Rivieres Aigles (independent; Frontier League) have secured a three-year ballpark naming-rights partnership, as the team unveils Quillorama Stadium ahead of the 2020 season.
“Quillorama is one of the most important entertainment centres in Trois-Rivières. With over 2,000 people playing in either of our leagues and thousands of casual bowlers, we consider that we have a lot in common with the Aigles,” said Alexandre Thibeault, general manager at Quillorama Trois-Rivières. “It goes without saying that as a proud Trifluvian, we had to do our part to keep an asset as important as the Aigles here in Trois-Rivières,”
For the president of the Aigles, Paul Poisson, “finding a sponsor for the name of the stadium was a priority for the organization to ensure its sustainability. We are very pleased to associate the Great Aigles family with a local company that shares the same organizational values as ours.”
Aigles management was also proud to announce that several Mauricie companies have agreed to invest in the organization as benefactors. Over the next three years, a dozen companies and individuals will contribute more than $100,000. At the same time, the Aigles’ corporate sales are on the upswing with 80% of the 2019 agreements renewed. Finally, the Aigles have agreed to new corporate agreements with several suppliers that provide significant savings. As part of this, Labatt Brewery has extended its partnership agreement.
The team has also reported an increase in the pre-sale of season tickets and Flexi-Choice booklets. “We are very optimistic and delighted with the community’s commitment to show us that the Aigles must stay for a long time,” said Aigles General Manager René Martin.
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