(Le Mars) — Two prominent Le Mars businesses were recognized Friday evening during the Le Mars Community girls’ basketball game for their major donations to the new football stadium. Premier Communications and Total Motors have pledged $100,000 and $150,000 respectfully. Premier Communications will have the naming rights to the Stadium Court Yard Plaza. Kent Westphal explains why Premier Communications wanted to contribute to the new football stadium complex.
Premier Communications’ Angie Erdmann along with Westphal explains the features of the Premier Communications Court Yard Plaza.
Total Motors of Le Mars is contributing $150,000 which will be used for the Tailgate Area. Mitch Christoffel says Total Motors wants to take an active role in the community.
Speaking on behalf of the Le Mars Community School District, Todd Lancaster, president of the Le Mars Community Board of Education says the school board is grateful for the contributions.
About a month ago, the Le Mars Community School District acknowledged the donations of Wells Enterprises for $2 Million, and Perspective Insurance along with American Bank for a donation of $100,000. Primebank also has contributed $100,000 for the new football stadium project. The total cost for the new football stadium is projected to cost nearly $5 Million.