Utah Jazz Extends Partnership With Zions Bank In Expansive Agreement


  • Zions Bank retains naming rights for Jazz Practice Center
  • New deal includes increased visibility in the Vivint arena and on Jazz’s digital platforms
  • Bank to Launch Shoes and Backpacks Initiative with Adidas for Underprivileged Youth in Utah

The Utah Jazz National Basketball Association (NBA) has announced a multi-year extension of its partnership with Zions Bank.

The expansive new deal sees the Salt Lake City-based company named the Official Bank of Utah Jazz.

In addition, Zions Bank will launch a new “Shoes and Backpacks” initiative with Adidas, in which the Jazz will supply Donovan Mitchell’s range of Adidas basketball shoes and backpacks to young people from disadvantaged backgrounds in the world. ‘Utah.

The extension of the bank’s deal with Jazz will also see increased brand visibility within the team’s Vivint Arena and through its digital properties.

Zions Bank will retain the naming rights to the Utah Jazz Training Center and continue to serve as a founding partner of the NBA G League affiliate, the Salt Lake City Stars.

“Zions Bank is a leader in our community, and we are very pleased that Utah Jazz is renewing our affiliation with them as an exclusive partner,” said Jim Olson, president of Utah Jazz.

“We have had an exceptional relationship, shared wonderful community achievements over the years, and we look forward to what we can continue to do together.”

Scott Anderson, President and CEO of Zions Bank, added, “We deeply value our relationship with the Utah Jazz, which dates back to the organization’s early days in Utah.

“We are excited to continue our close association through this expanded partnership and look forward to showcasing new ways to leverage the strength of our combined voices to further improve our community. “

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