Lee County Schools Announces Naming Rights Partner In Estero

On the same day that it celebrated a naming rights deal for Bonita Springs High School, the Lee County School District has announced an agreement with Fast AC, a heating and air conditioning company with ties to the Cape Coral – Fort Myers area. Fast AC’s sponsorship of the Estero High School football stadium is for three years and is believed to be worth a total of $32,000 for the school district.

Fast AC FieldFast AC Field At Jeff Sommer Stadium in Estero, FL

The facility had been known as Jeff Sommer Stadium in tribute of its late athletic director. Going forward, the venue will be known as Fast AC Field at Jeff Sommer Stadium.  Located at 21900 River Ranch Road, Estero High School opened in 1987 and has an enrollment of over 1700 students. Tebo & Associates was retained by Lee County Schools to secure naming rights sponsorship agreements at a number of its high school stadiums, gymnasiums and indoor theaters. The naming rights arrangements for both schools have come roughly seven months after The North Law Firm secured naming rights for the home stadium of Dunbar Stadium in Fort Myers.

“I believe that, as a successful business owner in the area, it is important to give back to local causes and social issues. 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.” – Matt Foster, Fast AC Owner And A 20 Year Resident Of Estero, FL

 

“The School District is proud to partner with Mr. Foster and FAST AC in our naming rights initiative. 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.” – Dr. Greg Adkins, Superintendent at Lee County Schools