COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – USA Swimming today announced the renewal of its partnership with Mutual of Omaha through 2016. A sponsor of USA Swimming since 2001, Mutual of Omaha has been a strong supporter of the sport of swimming for over a decade.
“Mutual of Omaha is proud to be a long-time supporter of USA Swimming and we are happy to extend our sponsorship through 2016,” said Mutual Senior Vice President John Hildenbiddle. “We will continue to work with USA Swimming on all levels – from local clubs to the National Team – to develop and support the sport of swimming.”
Mutual of Omaha will serve as an official sponsor of USA Swimming through 2016 in the insurance category. The company’s involvement in the sport can be seen at both local and national levels through their sponsorship of “Gold Medal Team” athletes as well as the “Mutual of Omaha Breakout! Swim Clinics”.
“USA Swimming has a great history with the Mutual of Omaha and we couldn’t be more thrilled that our relationship will continue for four more years,” said Chuck Wielgus, the Executive Director of USA Swimming. “They are an integral part of the USA Swimming sponsor family and their support for our organization as well as individual athletes continually shows their dedication to supporting the sport of swimming in the U.S.”
Key elements of the Mutual of Omaha relationship with USA Swimming include:
• Recognition in USA Swimming’s member publication Splash magazine and on the USA Swimming website
• On-site rights at major championship events on NBC with camera-visible signage and brand displays
• Mutual of Omaha will have a featured display in the USA Swimming Aqua Zone fan experience area in 2016
• Cross-promotions with the Breakout Swim Clinic and more.
Mutual of Omaha is a full-service, multi-line organization providing insurance, banking and financial service products for individuals, businesses and groups throughout the United States. Mutual of Omaha’s sponsorship of USA Swimming is a key component of its sponsorship program, which also includes sponsorship of professional golf, IndyCar racing and Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom.