Charlotte, (N.C.) - Queen City Soccer Club LLC announced today that Wells Fargo has re-signed as a team sponsor of the Charlotte Independence for 2017.
Elements of the partnership include signage, promotions, print, social media, hospitality, fan interaction and added value for customers. New for 2017 and beyond is the official Wells Fargo Charlotte Independence credit/debit card. In addition to great rates and another way for fans to show their affinity, the card will grant access to exclusive offers and discounts.
“We are pleased to continue our partnership with the Charlotte Independence,” said Kendall Alley, regional president for Wells Fargo in Charlotte. “They have shown they are champions on and off the field and we are proud to support their efforts. Our goal is to help build strong and vibrant communities, improve the quality of life and make a positive difference.”
“Wells Fargo has been a great supporter of the Independence and soccer in general. Based on our shared values and focus on community, we’re excited to continue this partnership,” said Wade Leaphart, Independence Chief Revenue Officer.
The Independence open the 2017 season at home on Saturday, April 1. For more information, please visit www.charlotteindependence.com.
About Wells Fargo
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