Community: Enterprise and St. Louis CITY SC Launch the Enterprise Community Corner at CITYPARK

Designated section is part of a multi-year, Founding Partner sponsorship agreement with St. Louis CITY SC

Enterprise Holdings

 Enterprise, the flagship brand of Enterprise Holdings, is teaming up with St. Louis CITY SC to establish the “Enterprise Community Corner” at CITYPARK as part of a broader, multi-year, Founding Partner sponsorship agreement.

At the Saturday, April 1, home match, Enterprise will launch the Enterprise Community Corner, a designated section of CITYPARK near the northeast Enterprise gate, to celebrate community organizations that are furthering the growth and revitalization of St. Louis. For the club’s 2023 inaugural season, the Community Corner will highlight a rich diversity of organizations across the St. Louis region that support a range of civic and philanthropic causes.

The initiative reflects Enterprise Holdings’ commitment to strengthening the neighborhoods in which it operates, including in its hometown of St. Louis.

“Enterprise began as a small car leasing business in St. Louis, and we owe much of our success to this community,” said Enterprise Holdings President and CEO Chrissy Taylor. “This partnership embodies our shared commitment with St. Louis CITY SC to give back to our community. We are so proud to support our hometown in this exciting endeavor and to bring people together through a shared love of soccer.”

At every regular season home match, Enterprise will provide up to 159 free tickets to guests of the selected local organizations, with a goal of highlighting exceptional community work in the metro area and introducing community members to the St. Louis CITY SC matchday experience.

“This new partnership with Enterprise is really a celebration of two STLMade organizations who are both deeply invested in St. Louis,” said St. Louis CITY SC’s President and Chief Executive Officer Carolyn Kindle. “This exciting program will not only allow us to recognize some of the amazing individuals and organizations who are making St. Louis a special place to live through civic, economic and educational initiatives, but also enable us to introduce more people across our community to the game of soccer.”

In addition to launching the Enterprise Community Corner, St. Louis CITY SC and Enterprise will highlight one “Exceptional Neighbor” at each regular season home game with in-match recognition, including a live halftime interview to highlight their accomplishments. 

As part of the partnership, Enterprise will serve as the Official Mobility Partner of St. Louis CITY SC. Enterprise, which delivers innovative mobility solutions through a broad portfolio of business lines and services designed to meet the evolving needs of its customers, also will sponsor the northeast gate at CITYPARK and have a physical and digital presence in the stadium and across St. Louis CITY SC’s digital properties. 

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Renderings of the Enterprise Community Corner and the Enterprise gate can be downloaded here.


About Enterprise Holdings

Enterprise Holdings is a leading provider of mobility solutions including car rental, fleet management, carsharing, vanpooling, truck rental, luxury rental, retail car sales and vehicle subscription, as well as travel management and other transportation technology services and solutions, to make travel easier and more convenient for customers. Enterprise Holdings’ subsidiaries and franchisees, together with its affiliate, Enterprise Fleet Management, manage a diverse fleet of 2.1 million vehicles through an integrated network of more than 10,000 fully staffed neighborhood and airport rental locations in more than 90 countries and territories. Privately held by the Taylor family of St. Louis, Enterprise Holdings manages the Enterprise Rent-A-CarNational Car Rental and Alamo brands.


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