Naming rights secured for 20 years: New York Islanders will soon be playing in the UBS Arena

The big bank UBS is involved in a big way with the New York Islanders. The bank has secured the exclusive naming rights to the sports and event facility and the future stadium of the New York Islanders for 20 years.

The UBS Arena in Belmont Park in Elmont, New York State, is scheduled to open for the 2021/22 NHL season. UBS writes about its new sponsoring project that the arena will “come up with more than 150 events every year”.

The comprehensive renovation project would create 10,000 jobs in the construction industry and 3,000 full-time positions. The project, which is estimated at 1.5 billion US dollars, will generate economic activity of 25 billion US dollars, according to the bank. In doing so, she affirmed her commitment to the New York metropolitan area, the bank’s regional headquarters, with a long-term contract.

“Our American headquarters are located in the greater New York City area, employing several thousand people and serving more customers than any other US market. We are deeply rooted in the tri-state region and want to further expand our presence in the USA ”, we will Tom naratil, Co-President UBS Global Wealth Management and President UBS Americas.

The project is also a good opportunity to demonstrate the bank’s commitment and at the same time to be sustainably active in the local community.

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