“We are so excited to have CenterState Bank as our official banking partner,” Florida Citrus Sports CEO Steve Hogan said. “For nearly 30 years, CenterState has been both a banking and community leader in our state and throughout the region, and it’s an honor to have them join our team.”
The CenterState brand will be integrated throughout the stadium, and the Indoor Club will be renamed the CenterState Club.
CenterState was ranked No. 1 in the state in July in a Forbes magazine list of “Best-in-State” banks. The organization is one of Florida’s largest publicly traded banks, with more than $10 billion in assets. It provides online banking, commercial lending, residential mortgages and investment services.
“As we continue to grow our presence in Orlando and throughout our state, we want to forge partnerships with other Florida-based organizations who share our desire to make a great impact in our communities,” said Brett Barnhardt, CenterState’s Orlando Osceola Community president.