Multiple Teams · It’s Turf Time!


Dear Nordonia Supporter,

Since being built in 2010, Nordonia’s William Boliantz Stadium has been home to a State Runner- Up Championship football team, a nationally acclaimed marching band, numerous All-State Track and Field athletes, Northeast Ohio’s Special Olympics, and thousands of our community’s youth sport athletes. The safety, maintenance, and financial benefits to turf athletic fields are exactly why when the stadium was built 11 years ago, stakeholders decided turf was the best option for these athletes and our school district.  However, like any surface over time, turf needs to be replaced in order to maintain those benefits.  After 11 years, it’s time to turf

The approximate cost of this project is $375,000 and is slated to be completed during the Summer of 2021. In anticipation of this replacement, the Nordonia High School Athletic Department has earned $60,000 in rental income over the last ten years.  The school district business department has also saved a total of $120,000 to put towards this project.  We are hoping you will partner with us on this project to ensure the safety benefits for the next ten years of student and youth athletes. We will recognize our partners with a beautiful, lighted display at the entrance to the stadium, as well as multiple social media mentions, program advertising, and banners displayed at the stadium, depending on sponsorship level.  In addition, as a thank you for your donation, you will receive various thank you items recognizing your generosity. Please see the registration form attached to complete your sponsorship.

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If you are a corporate sponsor interested in naming rights, or if you have any questions about this project, please contact Nordonia High School Athletic Director Rob Eckenrode at 330-908-6001.

Nordonia’s Boliantz Stadium is used by our student athletes, youth athletic programs, and community members year round.  It is a source of great pride in our community.  Please share in keeping this space safe and functional for the next generation of Knights!

 

Sincerely,

Rob Eckenrode

Athletic Director, Nordonia High School
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Dr. Joe Clark

Superintendent, Nordonia Hills City School District