Frederick Keys Announce Naming Rights Partnership with Nymeo

FREDERICK, Md. – The Frederick Keys announced Thursday naming rights with their new partner Nymeo, a not-for-profit federal credit union. 

The Keys have been around for nearly 30 years, the longest-tenured affiliate in the Carolina League. They’ve played at Harry Grove Stadium since 1990.

But with a seven-year naming rights agreement with Nymeo, the stadium will now be known as Nymeo Field at Harry Grove Stadium. 

The team’s general manager, Dave Ziedelis, said the partnership has been a long time in the making.

“It’s taken us several years to get to this point, and really makes the facility and the partnership better,” Ziedelis said. “The city of Frederick and the Frederick Keys now are able to put more back into the facility and back into the product, and just make it a better place.”

Ziedelis said this is the first time in Keys history that a major cooperation is partnering in with the team. 

“It’s a three-prong partnership – the city of Frederick owns Harry Grove Stadium, along with Nymeo and the Frederick Keys, so it’s a wonderful partnership moving forward.”

Nymeo opened in 1933, and its vice president of marketing, Kristina Morgan, said the organization has been actively involved in the community ever since. 

“It’s important that we give back, and we’re a not-for-profit financial organization, so this partnership with the Keys is going to allow us to leverage that principle and continue to help the community in ways we wouldn’t otherwise be able to,” Morgan said. 

The Keys kickoff their 27th season against the Winston-Salem Dash at the newly named Nymeo Field at Harry Grove Stadium on April 9.

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