The Tulsa Oilers, a minor league baseball team in Tulsa, Oklahoma, has announced a new partnership with Country Cannabis, a local cannabis dispensary, for the naming rights to their field.
The partnership, which was announced on Wednesday, will see the field renamed to "Country Cannabis Field" for the upcoming season.
"We're thrilled to partner with Country Cannabis," said Oilers General Manager Taylor Roy.
"This is an exciting opportunity for both organizations and we're looking forward to the upcoming season."
Country Cannabis, which was founded in 2018, has quickly become one of the most popular dispensaries in the area, known for their high-quality products and commitment to customer service.
The partnership marks the first time a cannabis company has secured naming rights for a sports facility in Oklahoma.
"This is a historic moment for our company and for the cannabis industry as a whole," said Country Cannabis CEO Sarah Johnson. "We're excited to show the community that cannabis can be a positive and integral part of a healthy and active lifestyle."
The Oilers' home opener is set for May 1, and fans can expect to see new signage and promotions featuring Country Cannabis throughout the season.
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