We are honored to partner with such a prestigious and revered institution as the United States Military Academy and one of the best known brands in American sports -- the Army Black Knights
Suffern, NY (Vocus) September 22, 2010
As part of the exclusive bank sponsorship, Provident Bank will have an area in Black Knights Alley called the Connection Zone where fans can have fun and learn more about the bank’s products. Fans at the Connection Zone can sign up to enter the Cash Connection promotion where a lucky winner will go out on the field during a break in the game and step into a special money booth to grab as much cash as they can in thirty seconds. Visitors to the Connection Zone can also play a football toss game and receive a nerf-style football with the Provident Bank logo. In addition, Provident will hold an in-branch promotion from Sept. 27 through October 25 where customers can enter to win tickets to the Army-Air Force game on November 6.
“We are honored to partner with such a prestigious and revered institution as the United States Military Academy and one of the best known brands in American sports -- the Army Black Knights,” said George Strayton, President and Chief Executive Officer of Provident Bank. “Our partnership with West Point is part of our ongoing commitment to the communities we serve.”
“We are pleased to have Provident Bank as our exclusive bank sponsor. Like West Point itself, Provident Bank has strong roots in the Hudson Valley and a history of commitment to the local community. We are delighted to have them on the Army Athletics Team,” said (representative) of the Army Athletic Association.
Headquartered in Montebello, N.Y., Provident Bank, with $2.9 billion in assets, is the largest independent full-service community bank in the lower Hudson Valley. Provident Bank operates 35 branches that serve the Hudson Valley region including three Commercial Banking Centers in Westchester County, and one office in Bergen County, N.J. The bank offers a complete line of commercial, retail and investment services. Visit the Provident Bank Web site at http://www.providentbanking.com.