Roughriders announce 4 major Mosaic Stadium partners

The Mosaic Company, SaskTel, Harvard Broadcasting and Capital Automotive Group were announced as founding partners Monday morning.

The companies are part of 'The Starting 12' that will provide over $40M to the new stadium altogether

Regina's new football stadium is currently under construction. (John Weidlich/CBC)

The Saskatchewan Roughriders announced four major partners in the building of Mosaic Stadium Monday. 

The Mosaic Company, SaskTel, Harvard Broadcasting and Capital Automotive Group are four of the 12 sponsors that will be called the 'The Starting 12.' 

In total, 12 companies will commit to provide $40 million for the new Mosaic Stadium. 

The team is still looking for the other eight major sponsors.

According to the Riders, those 12 companies will receive lifelong recognition within the new facility, naming rights, secure sponsorship and fan opportunities. They will also have access to premium suites and lounges. 

Stadium naming rights were awarded to Mosaic in May of 2014. It secured Mosaic Stadium as the name for 20 years.


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