Stillaguamish Tribe puts casino name on arena in $3.4 million naming rights deal
Thursday, December 14, 2017
A naming rights ceremony for the Angel Of The Winds Arena in Everett, Washington, took place on December 13, 2017.
Photo: Angel of the Winds
The Stillaguamish Tribe announced a naming rights deal for an arena in Everett, Washington.
The facility is named after the tribe's Angel Of The Winds Casino Resort. The $3.4 million deal runs for 10 years.
“The Stillaguamish Tribe is delighted to be a part of the new partnership between Angel Of The Winds Casino Resort and The Arena at Everett in the new naming rights sponsorship of Angel Of The Winds Arena,” Chairman Shawn Yanity said in a press release on Wednesday. “Angel Of The Winds Casino Resort has provided the Stillaguamish Tribe with many great opportunities over the past 13 plus years to grow and improve our quality of life programs for our members and also give back to our neighbors within Snohomish County.”
The Angel of the Winds Arena is a multi-purpose arena that hosts music, sports and other types of events.
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