The Gastonia Honey Hunters Baseball Team, one of the newest clubs in the
Atlantic League of Professional Baseball (ALPB), announced today a ten-year
naming rights agreement with CaroMont Health, a regional health system
providing compassionate, exceptional and highly reliable care across the region.
The agreement will rename the $26 million, 5,000-person capacity multi-use
sports and entertainment facility to CaroMont Health Park, located in
the City of Gastonia’s Franklin Urban Sports and Entertainment (FUSE)
District. The agreement also gives CaroMont Health the opportunity to
sponsor various activities and exclusive special events.
“We greatly appreciate the generous support of CaroMont Health and
their commitment to the City of Gastonia, Gaston County and the region
by continuing the transformation of this community, and by uniting and
enriching the quality of lives for its citizens,” said Team Owner
Brandon Bellamy. “This partnership complements our commitment to
support the health and wellness of the communities we serve.”
The newly named CaroMont Health Park is expected to be one of the industry’s
leading destinations in the Gastonia-Charlotte area for year-round sports
events, including festivals, concerts and other types of entertainment.
“We are proud to be the Official Healthcare Partner of the Gastonia
Honey Hunters,” said Chris Peek, CEO of CaroMont Health. “This
partnership is a reflection of our commitment to investing in the projects
that improve and advance our community by creating jobs, encouraging economic
development, and offering experiences that enrich and engage. We look
forward to cheering on the team, and our community, for many years to
The fearless, resilient and determined Gastonia Honey Hunters will kick-off
their inaugural season at CaroMont Health Park on May 27, 2021 at 6:50 p.m.