Sprenger Health Care Systems to Name Avon Ball Park

Avon Mayor Bryan Jensen, Lake Erie Crushers owner Tom Kramig and Sprenger Health Care Systems CEO Nicole Sprenger at last week’s press conference announcing naming rights to the Avon ball park.

Avon Mayor Bryan Jensen, Lake Erie Crushers owner Tom Kramig and Sprenger Health Care Systems CEO Nicole Sprenger at last week’s press conference announcing naming rights to the Avon ball park.

The Lake Erie Crushers will have a new naming rights partner for their home ballpark.

Sprenger Health Care Systems, headquartered in Lorain, is the new naming rights partner for the stadium formerly known as All Pro Freight Stadium.

“Sprenger Health Care Systems is excited to partner with the Crushers as a family entertainment destination,” stated Sprenger Health Care Systems COO Michael Sprenger. “The partnership was an obvious choice for us as the Crushers have brought a great deal of excitement to our community, which has been so instrumental in the growth of our family organization.”

“It is an honor to be partnering with Sprenger Health Care Systems on this naming rights agreement,” stated Crushers Co-Owners Tom and Jacqueline Kramig. “Sprenger has a long and distinguished history of serving the residents of Northern Ohio, and we are thrilled to call Sprenger Health Care Stadium our new home.”

The stadium, located along Interstate-90 in Avon, will be re-named Sprenger Health Care Systems Stadium, or Sprenger Stadium for short. Sprenger Health Care Systems’ partnership with the Crushers dates back to the team’s launch in 2009. In addition to the Crushers, the stadium will host more than 100 sports and entertainment events in 2017.

The announcement came at a press conference held at the stadium Jan. 4.

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