We are excited to announce Pella of Oklahoma is an official sponsor of the OKC Thunder. It's important to us that we associate our Pella brand with strong organizations who place equal interest in successfully impacting their local communities as they do on winning. That's why our sponsorship is a perfect match.
Pella Oklahoma CEO, Andy Crum, with his children
OKC Thunder is proving to be a powerhouse in their own league by assembling a talented team, with great leadership, and a brand committed to going the extra step to serve their local communities and fans, with youth programs that have an emphasis on reading and literacy, health and fitness, and youth basketball.
We love to see OKC Thunder's involvement and impact in our community. Their values around community outreach align with ours. We're proud to work together with them.
Pella Oklahoma CEO at Pella branded ticket counter
As you walk around the OKC Thunder building you'll see Pella logos everywhere from the front doors to the ticket counters. Our favorite feature of this sponsorship is definitely the Pellavator. The elevator doors in the building were wrapped with our Pella logo. As you step inside the elevators, you get the impression you are looking out of a Pella window onto the OKC skyline.
Crum family with the Pellavator in OKC Thunder Stadium
OKC Thunder is also holding a Pella event in January called the "Clean the Glass" sweepstakes. Ainslee Crum, CFO at Pella Oklahoma, said, "We are very excited about the sweepstakes in January that the OKC Thunder will hold for us. The 'Clean the Glass' sweepstakes award will not only include $5,000 in Pella products, but will also include professional window cleaning for a year (1x per season), a case of Pella Window Cleaner, a signed jersey from Steven Adams, and two lower level tickets to a Thunder game." What a prize! For those interested, extra entries can be earned in January with appointments or a visit to our Pella table at one of the Thunder Games.
Andy & Ainslee Crum in front of Pella branded doors at OKC Thunder building