Forward Madison FC is pleased to announce a new partnership with TruStage, formally known as CUNA Mutual Group, for the 2024 season. TruStage will become the club’s training gear sponsor for all team and technical staff apparel throughout the year. The partnership will also feature several community engagement initiatives tied to TruStage’s outreach goals of making a brighter financial future accessible to everyone.
“We are thrilled to announce TruStage as our official training gear sponsor for the 2024 season,” said Forward Madison FC Chief Operating Officer Conor Caloia. “As we gear up for an exhilarating sixth season, we look forward to not only elevating the team’s performance in TruStage-branded gear but also making a positive impact through the various community initiatives that Trustage will be hosting throughout the season.”
TruStage will be the presenting sponsor of Hispanic Heritage Month for Forward Madison, which will include a community clinic, youth achievement recognition, and other community initiatives throughout the month. Details for these events will be announced later in the season.
“At TruStage we are committed to making a brighter financial future accessible to all,” said TruStage Chief Diversity Officer, Angela Russell, who oversees the organization’s community relations team. “The commitment starts at home–in Madison. Forward Madison is just as committed to the Madison community and its betterment as TruStage. We are proud to partner with Forward and honored to be the presenting sponsor of Hispanic Heritage Month for Forward Madison.”
The TruStage training apparel is available now for fans to pre-order online at the Forward Madison FC team store.
See your ‘Mingos and TruStage branding at Breese Stevens Field on Saturday, April 13th for the home opener against Henny Derby rivals, Richmond Kickers. Season tickets are on sale now.
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