Union Bank & Trust sponsors Virginia Tech Hokies “We’re deeply grateful for Union’s generosity and support of our baseball program – a program that competes in one of the nation’s premier conferences and develops student athletes who also excel in academics, and leadership,” Virginia Tech President Tim Sands said. “We’re proud to have Union’s name on our stadium. Union and Virginia Tech are committed to serving our communities, and to shared values, such as knowledge, integrity, trust, and teamwork. This support assists an outstanding sports team as it competes and connects with our community, alumni, and friends in the spirit of our motto, Ut Prosim (That I May Serve).”
Quicken Loans signs deal with Virginia Tech Hokies DETROIT – Detroit-based Quicken Loans, the nation’s second largest retail mortgage lender, today announced a partnership with 26 of the most recognizable collegiate athletic programs in the country. As part of the newly formed relationship, Quicken Loans and the participating schools are teaming up to offer game day giveaways and in-game activities to enhance the overall fan experience.
Nissan sponsors Virginia Tech Hokies NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nissan today announced a historic deal to become an Official Sponsor of 100 colleges and universities nationwide, and a proud supporter of select NCAA Championships. The four-year agreement marks the widest-reaching sponsorship in the history of collegiate sports.
Carilion Clinic partners with Virginia Tech Hokies The Cassell Coliseum court is getting a name — and Virginia Tech is getting $5 million. Virginia Tech announced Wednesday that Carilion Clinic will give the athletic department $500,000 a year for the next 10 years for the naming rights to the Tech basketball arena’s court. The floor will be called Virginia Tech Carilion Court; the name of the facility will not change.