Illinois Quad City Civic Center Authority Retains Impression Sports and Entertainment To Secure New Naming Rights Partner
The Illinois Quad City Civic Center Authority unanimously voted today to retain Impression Sports and Entertainment to secure a new naming rights partner for the venue. The venue’s current partnership with iWireless will expire in July of 2017.
Impression Sports & Entertainment (“Impression”) specializes in providing our clients with full service sponsorship sales representation and sales-related consulting, and is regarded as one of the top sponsorship sales representation firms in North America. The company is most often engaged to sell high-profile sponsorship platforms including venue naming rights and major title sponsorship or entitlement platforms.
Based in Denver, Colorado, Impression’s most recent multi-million, multi-year sponsorship agreements include securing 10-year naming rights agreements in Greenville (Bon Secours Wellness Arena) and Indianapolis (Farmers Insurance Coliseum), securing the primary jersey sponsorship for the Colorado Rapids (Transamerica), and title sponsorships for the Cactus Bowl (Motel 6), the Independence Bowl (Camping World), the Bahamas Bowl (Popeyes), and the Tangerine Bowl (Russell Athletic). Over the past five (5) years, Impression has secured over $48MM in sponsorship agreements for our clients.
For more information on Impression Sports & Entertainment, please visit www.impressionsports.com.
“We are thrilled to be working with Impression Sports & Entertainment to identify a new naming rights partner”, says arena Executive Director, Scott Mullen, “They come to us with a proven track record of success and a great reputation in the industry.”
Impression Sports and Entertainment President Chris Foy said, “Impression Sports & Entertainment is honored to be selected to lead the naming rights sales process. Our company’s enthusiasm for this project stems from the ongoing success of the venue, the Mallards and the strong corporate culture within the Quad Cities and its surrounding areas. We can’t wait to get started.”