The Dallas Wings have announced today a new multi-faceted relationship with Texas Capital Bank.
Founded in the state of Texas and headquartered in Dallas, Texas Capital Bank is an commercial bank with locations in the five largest metropolitan areas of Texas (Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio). The bank delivers highly-personalized financial solutions to businesses and entrepreneurs in Texas and across the country.
“The Wings organization is extremely thankful to partner with such an iconic Texas brand,” said Senior Vice President of Corporate Partnerships Charles Johnson. “We look forward to making a lasting impact together in the communities we serve.”
As the only WNBA team in the state of Texas, the Dallas Wings will work alongside Texas Capital Bank on various community initiatives to promote, educate and empower women and girls. All of the programs are designed to show the positive impact delivered through basketball and education.
“We are thrilled with this new partnership with the Dallas Wings,” said Effie Dennison, Senior Vice President and Director of Community Development and Corporate Social Responsibility at Texas Capital Bank. “We appreciate the opportunity to work with an organization whose values of community service and outreach align so closely with ours. We look forward to serving our community together, helping to promote education and empower women and girls.”
This season the company will partner with the Wings as its title sponsor for the Inspiring Women’s Night (We Rise Together), an initiative created by the WNBA to empower women of today. Texas Capital Bank will be visible throughout the arena, as well as mentioned in a special two-week marketing campaign throughout all digital platforms and broadcast.
Along with the special theme night partnership, Texas Capital Bank will also join forces with the club on the Lightning Legacy Readers Program, an incentive-based program to encourage youth throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area to soar through the world of books. Together the two organizations will secure donated books for elementary and middle school kids.