Aug 26, 2013
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FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Colorado State Athletics announced Monday that Ehrlich Nissan Volkswagen and I-25 Kia, a staple in the Northern Colorado and Southern Wyoming communities, has entered into a partnership with the university that will make Ehrlich Nissan Volkswagen and I-25 Kia the exclusive sponsor of the playing court at Moby Arena.
“We are thrilled to enter into this partnership and further our relationship with Ehrlich Nissan Volkswagen and I-25 Kia,” said Director of Athletics Jack Graham. “Not only is this a premium partnership, but it is one that is mutually beneficial for both CSU Athletics and Ehrlich. We are pleased that Ehrlich has chosen to market its Nissan Volkswagen and Kia brands with the Rams.”
“We couldn’t be more ecstatic to become a partner with CSU Athletics during this very exciting time” said Phil Marzolf, G.M./Partner of Ehrlich Nissan Volkswagen and I-25 Kia. “We are very confident in the direction CSU Athletics is taking under its current leadership. We look forward to this partnership of creating value and passion for years to come.”
Under the terms of the partnership, two Ehrlich Nissan Volkswagen and I-25 Kia logos will adorn the recently re-finished floor at Moby Arena, one on either side of half court. The logos will be on display for all events in Moby Arena, including more than 50 CSU volleyball matches, and men’s and women’s basketball games in 2013-14.
Moby Arena is recognized by CSU opponents as one of the most effective home-court advantages in the country. During the 2012-13 season, CSU’s court sports were an impressive 39-9 in front of the home crowd, winning more than 81 percent of their home games on the floor, which also boasts one of the most unique and distinctive designs in the nation.