With Spring Training underway, Bank of Colorado is pleased to announce that, in the upcoming 2020 season, they will be the Official Bank of the Colorado Rockies Baseball Club.
This comes with news of Bank of Colorado’s partnership extension through 2022. The two family-owned companies have had a partnership since 2016, and each year since, their business and sponsorship dealings have grown organically. Bank of Colorado Co-Chairman, Chris Dinsdale, and Rockies Owner, Dick Monfort, have strong ties back to their roots in the world of agriculture.
“We couldn’t be more excited to extend and deepen our partnership with the Monfort family and the Colorado Rockies.” Commented Chris Dinsdale. “Their values are strongly aligned with ours and they’ve been a fantastic partner!”.
Bank of Colorado has branches in 49 locations across the state, and while the Rockies call Denver home, their fan base stretches all across Colorado.
Shawn Osthoff, President of Bank of Colorado stated, “It’s important for us to do business with folks you trust, and that have the community’s best interest at heart. As our business relationships have grown with the Rockies, so too has our investment in the organization. They’re a hometown team and we’re a hometown bank.”
Recently opening branches in Cherry Creek, Littleton and Boulder, Bank of Colorado is heavily investing in their physical presence in the highly competitive Denver Metro Market.
“When it comes to partnerships, you can’t have a better group of people than the Rockies and the Monfort Family,” said Jonathan Rogers, Denver Market President for Bank of Colorado. “We’re huge Rockies fans, and we’re thrilled to continue doing business with them.”
Beyond the involvement with the Colorado Rockies, Bank of Colorado has helped to finance the development of McGregor Square. When completed, it will house Bank of Colorado’s newest branch and ATM LIVE to add convenience to the surrounding businesses and downtown customers.
“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 and we look forward to having the bank as an integral partner at McGregor Square with their new location set to open in 2021.”
“Our bank is only as strong as the communities we serve,” Osthoff commented. “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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