Advertising, Marketing & PR  March 3, 2020

Bank of Colorado signs agreement with Rockies

FORT COLLINS — Bank of Colorado, a community bank with its headquarters in Fort Collins, has signed a marketing agreement with the Colorado Rockies Baseball Club and has been designated as the official bank of the major league baseball team through the 2022 season.

“We couldn’t be more excited to extend and deepen our partnership with the Monfort family [owner of the Rockies] and the Colorado Rockies,” Chris Dinsdale, Bank of Colorado co-chairman, said in a written statement. “Their values [team owners] are strongly aligned with ours and they’ve been a fantastic partner.’

“It’s important for us to do business with folks you trust, and who have the community’s best interest at heart,” said Shawn Osthoff, president of Bank of Colorado. “Our bank is only as strong as the communities we serve. This partnership will allow us to communicate the benefits of a strong community bank to the larger Colorado community, and enable us to better help them reach their financial goals.”

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“We’re excited to take another next step in our long-standing tremendous relationship with the Dinsdale family and Bank of Colorado” said Dick Monfort, chairman and CEO of the Rockies. “We’re thrilled to have Bank of Colorado as a partner of the Rockies for the long term.” 

The Bank of Colorado has 40 locations across the state and recently opened branches in Cherry Creek, Littleton and Boulder.

 

Ken Amundson
Ken Amundson is managing editor of BizWest. He has lived in Loveland and reported on issues in the region since 1987. Prior to Colorado, he reported and edited for news organizations in Minnesota and Iowa. He's a parent of two and grandparent of four, all of whom make their homes on the Front Range. A news junkie at heart, he also enjoys competitive sports, especially the Rapids.
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