66ers Want CU Name To Remain On Park
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. – Officials with the Inland Empire 66ers, a minor league baseball team here, said they are hopeful that their home field will continue to be named Arrowhead Credit Union Park through the end of 2011, even though NCUA has placed the credit union into conservatorship.
Team executives and officials with the city of San Bernardino said they have asked NCUA to honor the naming rights contract. Approximately one year remains on the 10-year naming rights contract Arrowhead CU signed with the 66ers and the city before the 2002 season. The contract is worth approximately $75,000 annually, $25,000 of which goes to the city.