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Skeeters sell naming rights to club level

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Sugar Land Skeeters

The Sugar Land Skeeters (independent; Atlantic League) announced today a new five-year agreement with Insperity for naming rights sponsorship of the Sky Box and Club Level at Constellation Field. 

Effective immediately, the Sky Box and Club Level will be known as the Insperity Club Level, and the former Legends Club has now become the Insperity Club. Insperity is also the naming rights sponsor of the Insperity Club at Minute Maid Park, home of the Houston Astros.

“We are thrilled to have Insperity on-board with us in our inaugural season and for many years to come.” said Christopher Hill, Vice President of Business Development for the Sugar Land Skeeters. “Insperity and the Skeeters are both organizations focused on community development as well as families. Their mission is closely aligned with our own so this is a relationship that feels very natural and enables us to provide a fantastic member experience.”

The Insperity Club Level is home to 21 Sky Boxes that are held by partners on long-term commitments and four Party Suites that are available on a per-game basis. This level also offers premium seats directly outside the climate-controlled Insperity Club where Insperity Club members have assigned seating on the balcony. In the Insperity Club, members are also treated to great sightlines and an extensive buffet with carving stations, salads, appetizers, entrees, special menus and desserts along with popcorn, peanuts and non-alcoholic beverages. A full service bar is also available to Insperity Club members.

“Our mission is to help businesses succeed so communities prosper,” said Jason Cutbirth, Insperity Senior Vice President of Marketing. “The Insperity Club provides us with an efficient way to message to, and support, the businesses in Ft. Bend County and the Greater Houston area in a unique and compelling way. We’ve long utilized professional sports as a way to grow our business and brand our message and minor league baseball is all about families and communities so we’re excited about our relationship with the Skeeters.”

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