Wednesday, May 18 2022

ALBANY, NY – Last week, Albany County Executive Daniel McCoy and MVP Health Care President and CEO Chris Del Vecchio officially cut the ribbon for the new MVP Arena and introduced the latest improvements that have been made.

“When we announced this partnership in November, we said it would be more than just a company putting its name on our facilities. Our goal here is to make the fan experience better than ever, increase event attendance, and invest in the surrounding community. And what we’re revealing today is just a sample of what’s to come for the new MVP Arena,” McCoy said.

“Between these beautiful new banners, the newly re-lit signage on the back of the building overlooking the Empire State Plaza, and the new floors and turf for our local teams, I know Albany County residents are going to love what they see when they come cheering on the Siena Saints tonight. I want to thank MVP Health Care for collaborating on what we’ve done so far, and I look forward to doing even more very soon,” McCoy noted.

“Just recently, we announced that two like-minded organizations have come together to create a partnership focused on leveraging one of Albany County’s flagship assets to significantly improve health and well-being. be residents of the county,” said the President and CEO of MVP Health Care. remarked Chris Del Vecchio.

“From the beginning, this has been more than an opportunity to hang banners and put our name on the building. It was an opportunity for MVP to invest in the community. We look forward to what the future holds for this partnership and the exciting opportunities ahead. We hope to see you soon at MVP Arena,” Del Vecchio explained.

“Since County Executive McCoy was first elected, he has sought ways to unlock the true potential of Albany County’s iconic facility, and over the years I have been proud to working with him and his team to transform and improve the arena to what it is today, however, we can never rest on our laurels and what we have achieved so far. That’s why I’m so happy to have the support of MVP Health Care to bring even more fans through our doors to enjoy world-class sports, music and entertainment and all the amenities we have to offer. here,” ASM & MVP Arena General Manager Bob Belber added.

A ribbon cutting was held for the new MVP Arena. (PHOTOS PROVIDED)
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