Major League Baseball’s Arizona Diamondbacks has struck an alliance with Casino Arizona and its Talking Stick Resort sister property, which sees the venues become the official casino and resort partner of the franchise.
The partnership alongside the properties, which are owned and operated by the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, includes visible signage and exclusive VIP experiences for guests.
“I am thrilled to welcome Casino Arizona and Talking Stick Resort to our family,” noted Derrick Hall, Arizona Diamondbacks President & CEO.
“The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community has long been a valued partner of the Arizona Diamondbacks, and I look forward to growing our relationship with Casino Arizona, creating memorable experiences for their guests at Chase Field and impacting members of their community.”
Under the terms of the partnership, the logos of Casino Arizona and Talking Stick Resort will be featured on signage throughout the ballpark, including field insignias in front of the home and visiting dugouts.
Furthermore, the Diamondbacks will also open a VIP lounge behind the visiting dugout for Casino Arizona and their guests to enjoy during games.
Additionally, this partnership will enhance the team’s annual Native American Inter-Tribal Baseball and Softball Tournament (Wednesday, May 25-Sunday, May 29, 2022) and Native American Recognition Day (Sunday, May 29, 2022).
“We are always looking for like-minded organisations with which to align our Enterprise,” said Ramon Martinez, Director of Public Relations for Casino Arizona and Talking Stick Resort.
“Over the course of our lengthy relationship with the Arizona Diamondbacks, they have demonstrated a true commitment to their fans and the greater community. We are excited for Casino Arizona and Talking Stick Resort to grow with a partner who shares our values.”