BankUnited, a proud corporate partner of the Miami Dolphins, recently unveiled new signage at Sun Life Stadium designating the Club Level area as the “BankUnited Club Level.”
On Thursday, August 29, the Miami Dolphins and BankUnited held an official ribbon-cutting ceremony to unveil the new BankUnited Club Level signage. Attending on behalf of the Miami Dolphins were Jim Rushton, chief revenue officer; Nat Moore, senior vice president/special advisor; Bob Lynch, vice president of corporate partnerships & integrated media; and Danielle Sergeant, senior director of client services. BankUnited executives on hand included Gerry Litrento, senior executive vice president in charge of retail and business banking; Nic Bustle, senior executive vice president in charge of commercial banking; Rosary Plana Falero, executive vice president and director of private banking; and Brian Clay, executive vice president and director of business banking.
“We are excited about the opportunity to further our great partnership with BankUnited,“ said Jim Rushton, Miami Dolphins Chief Revenue Officer. “Our Club Level is one of the most unique and interactive areas within our stadium and BankUnited becoming the first ever naming rights partner for this location will bring tremendous value to both organizations along with the increasing the fan experience for the world-class events that we host in our venue.”
Naming the Club Level is the latest commitment BankUnited has made in support of the Miami Dolphins. The bank is entering its third year as sponsor of the 4 Downs for Finance financial literacy program, which encourages Florida students to access age-appropriate money tips throughout the football season and submit an essay on a financial literacy topic for a chance to win prizes and a meeting with Miami Dolphins football player