Dec. 3, 2013
FORT COLLINS, Colo.–The Colorado State University Athletics Department announced Tuesday that Tynan's Fort Collins Nissan & Tynan's Fort Collins Kia, proud supporters of Ram Athletics for over 30 years and a pillar in the Fort Collins, Loveland & Northern Colorado community, has entered into a partnership with the university that will make Tynan’s a sponsor of CSU men's basketball, women's basketball and volleyball at Moby Arena.
"We are very proud to have been supporters of CSU Athletics for the past 30 years" said Ed Tynan, Owner/G.M. of Tynan's Fort Collins Nissan and Tynan's Fort Collins Kia, and a Colorado native. "My wife Julie, my sister-in-law Anne and several of my nephews and other relatives attended CSU. We all bleed green and gold! We are extremely excited about this most recent three-year partnership with CSU Athletics. The Rams are Fort Collins’ hometown university and team, and we at Tynan's are the hometown Nissan and Kia dealer! The bottom line is that it is about giving back and supporting the kids, coaches and administration. I am proud to be a CSU Ram!"
The Rams have made Moby Arena one of the most intimidating home courts for visiting teams of all three sports that call it home. That dominance has brought increased attendance and made Moby Arena one of the most formidable home-court environments in college spots.
“This is an exciting and fulfilling partnership for Colorado State athletics,” said Jason Layton, Sr. Associate AD for Sales and Marketing. “Tynan’s has been a long-time partner with CSU and valued community leader. Their support has played an important role in our success and growth over the years. We’re excited to deepen that relationship and extend the reach of their support.”
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