School District of Lee County announces Fast AC Field at Estero High School

School District of Lee County announces Fast AC Field at Estero High School
Posted on 07/31/2018
School District of Lee County announces Fast AC Field at Estero High SchoolThe School District of Lee County is proud to announce a naming rights partnership with FAST AC, a locally owned air conditioning company based in Estero.

For the next three years, Estero High School’s field will be known as FAST AC Field at Jeff Sommer Stadium, home of the Wildcats.

“I believe that, as a successful business owner in the area, it is important to give back to local causes and social issues,” explains owner Matt Foster, a 20-year resident of Estero. “Our children are our future and represent a beacon of hope to all of us. Each of us need to find as many ways as possible to support them. Estero High School has done a fabulous job at developing its youth and I am proud to be a part of their continued efforts.”

“The School District is proud to partner with Mr. Foster and FAST AC in our Naming Rights Initiative,” says Superintendent Dr. Greg Adkins. “We are doing something that most Districts do not do, raise money to benefit our students and to help them reach their highest personal potentials. Partnerships like this are vital to the success of our students and to our community, and we are grateful that FAST AC is part of this growing group of supporters.”

The District’s Naming Rights initiative allows companies to put their name on a high school stadium, gymnasium or theater. The money generated will go toward closing a nearly $478 million gap in capital dollars which pays for new construction, maintenance, technology, equipment and safety and security initiatives.

Along with Naming Rights, the District also has digital advertising opportunities as well as athletic sponsorships for all 14 of its high schools. To learn more go to www.leeschools.net/advertising.