POMONA, N.Y. -- The home ballpark of the Rockland Boulders has a new name.
The Pomona park known as Provident Bank Park will become Palisades Credit Union Park.
The Boulders, the 2015 Can-Am regular-season champion, announced their new community partner, and the new name Monday.
“We’re thrilled to have this longtime community financial institution join our family and a team that promotes America’s pastime while providing quality and affordable family entertainment,” said Boulders President Ken Lehner. “Palisades Credit Union has a 75-year history serving our region, representing more than 15,000 area residents and is poised to grow significantly.”
Palisades Credit Union takes over naming rights from what had been Provident Bank, which acquired Sterling National Bank and now operates under the Sterling name.
Palisades Credit Union President Tony Molina said “this decision is about building a partnership for a long-term commitment, serving the community and providing our members with great benefits through this relationship. Palisades Credit Union and the Rockland Boulders share a culture of community involvement that makes this a perfect fit.”
The Boulders will begin their quest for their third straight pennant at the new Palisades Credit Union Park on Thursday, May 19 at 7:00 pm when they host the Sussex County Miners. The first 1,000 fans will get a 2016 magnet schedule, while all fans will enjoy a post-game Fireworks Extravaganza.
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