Hartford Athletic Announces Cigna as Founding Partner
Hartford, CT - Hartford Athletic announced today that Cigna has signed on as a Founding Partner for the Club's 2019 inaugural season.
"Our partnership with Cigna goes well beyond soccer," said Hartford Athletic Chairman & CEO Bruce Mandell. "We appreciate Cigna's deep commitment to the health and well-being of the Hartford community, and we are proud and excited to welcome them aboard as we get set to make history with our first ever home match on May 4th."
Cigna's sponsorship includes community-focused programs, health improvement initiatives, social media messaging, and recognition of a Cigna Man of the Match at each home game.
"We are thrilled to have this opportunity to support professional soccer in our home state and help build a healthier Hartford," said Wendy Sherry, president of Cigna's Connecticut market. "We congratulate Hartford Athletic and look forward to being part of the team's inaugural season."
Hartford Athletic's season is underway with the Club's home opener taking place on May 4th at Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field. Three-Match flex plans and Single-Match tickets are now available. Fans can purchase tickets for three matches of their choice at Pratt and Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field and Dillon Stadium with packages starting at $25. Tickets for the historic home opener on May 4th start at just $10. For tickets, merchandise, and more information go to HartfordAthletic.com.
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