Bucks names BMO Harris a founding partner of new arena
Club to be named after bank

By Freeman Staff

Sept. 22, 2017

The new BMO Club will be launched on the event level of the new Bucks arena as part of an agreement between the NBA team and BMO Harris Bank announced Friday.
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MILWAUKEE —BMO Harris Bank is continuing its commitment to the Milwaukee Bucks and has been named a founding partner of the new arena that is under construction. According to the Friday announcement, BMO Harris Bank also remains the Official Bank of the Milwaukee Bucks and a club will be named after the bank at the arena.

The new BMO Club will be launched on the event level of the new arena, which is being constructed between North Fourth Street and North Sixth Street from West Highland Avenue to West Juneau Avenue. In addition, the Bucks and BMO Harris Bank have partnered on a new BMO Harris Bucks Debit Mastercard.

“The Bucks have generated tremendous energy and excitement throughout Milwaukee, energy that will only increase when the new arena opens next year,” said David Casper, president and CEO of BMO Harris Bank, in a statement. “We are thrilled to be part of that excitement by making a long-term commitment as a Founding Partner of the new arena, building on our 25-year relationship with the Bucks.”

The BMO Club will be an all-inclusive, event-level club in the new Bucks arena and will be the most exclusive club space in the arena. Additionally, it will have a direct connection to the player tunnel. 

“The Bucks are excited for what the future holds with BMO Harris Bank as a Founding Partner of our new arena,” Bucks President Peter Feigin said in a statement. “BMO Harris Bank has been a long-time valued partner of the Bucks and our expanding relationship demonstrates to our customers, fans and employees our deep-rooted commitment both organizations have to Milwaukee and the state of Wisconsin.”