Dental Associates and Milwaukee Bucks Enter Into New Corporate Partnership
January 21, 2016
Dental Associates has signed an agreement with the Milwaukee Bucks to become an exclusive partner in the dental service industry. The multi-year partnership gives the largest family-owned group dental practice in Wisconsin a visible presence in arena on game nights, highlighted by sponsorship of the popular “Kiss Cam” scoreboard feature.
“We’re thrilled to welcome another strong local brand to the Bucks family,” Bucks Senior Vice President of Business Development Matt Pazaras said. “Dental Associates embodies the spirit of service and excellence we’re striving for, and we look forward to growing our partnership and providing even more value for our great fans.”
In addition to their sponsorship of the “Kiss Cam,” Dental Associates will host a premium night at the Bucks game vs. New Orleans on March 12, with the first 5,000 kids through the arena doors receiving a complimentary Bango toothbrush holder. Additionally, Dental Associates will receive airtime on all Bucks radio broadcasts, and started offering its CarePlus Dental Plans to all Bucks employees.
“Dental Associates is a Wisconsin-based dental care provider with high standards and a driving focus on patient satisfaction,” said Dr. Thomas Manos, D.D.S., M.S., president and owner of Dental Associates. “The Milwaukee Bucks organization is one of integrity, teamwork and dedication. We’re proud to be their partner.”
Founded in 1974, Dental Associates is Wisconsin’s largest family-owned dental group practice with 15 clinics throughout the state and nearly 850 staff members, including over 90 doctors and 629 operatories. Dental Associates provides complete family dental services, both general and specialty dentistry, from pediatric dentistry to specialized dental services for older adults, with an emphasis on excellent care that is affordable, accessible, and personalized. Dental Associates is the exclusive provider for CarePlus Dental Plans.
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