At BMO Harris Bank, we are proud to support local sports teams and sports venues. To learn more about the organizations we currently support, click any of the logos below.
As a BMO Harris customer, you can take advantage of our Sponsorship Perks Program, which rewards our customers with benefits at events sponsored by BMO Harris. Some of these may include an exclusive entrance, discounts on tickets, merchandise and much more.
Join us on Thursday, July 10, 2014, for the annual BMO Harris Bank Storm the Bastille 5k run/walk through the streets of Milwaukee. After Storming the Bastille, stick around and enjoy world-class entertainment, offered on four stages throughout the festival grounds.
Purchase 2-for-1 tickets online. Go to the IceHogs page, select the desired game, enter the password BMOHARRIS in the promotion box at the top of the page and the discount will be given. The offer is valid for sections 101, 124, 201 and 224. Also, enjoy a 10% discount on any purchase at the Oink Outfitters when you mention that you’re a BMO Harris customer.
BMO Harris Bank is proud to be the official bank of the Milwaukee Bucks! For the past two seasons, we have teamed up with the Bucks and local youth-focused nonprofits to offer children a special seating section for each home game of the season. BMO Harris Bank also helps support Bango’s Kids Club, a program through which young fans have an opportunity to attend games and meet-and-greets with Bango, mascot of the Milwaukee Bucks, and BMO Harris Bank’s Hubert The Lion.
BMO Harris Bank is a proud sponsor and loyal fan of the St. Louis Blues. In the first year of our partnership, BMO Harris will offer customer discounts as well as an opportunity for one child to join the team on the ice during the national anthem for select home games. The BMO Harris Kid's Captain Program is a once in a lifetime experience for a lucky boy or girl, so be watching for details later in the season!
BMO Harris Bank is proud to be an Official Sponsor of the Chicago Blackhawks. The Blackhawks and BMO Harris have teamed up to present Youth Hockey Awards in which BMO Harris recognizes players and coaches that have gone above and beyond their duties as an athlete and coach with an on-ice recognition at select Blackhawks games each season.
BMO Harris Bank has been the Official Bank of the Chicago Bulls since 2007. Since beginning our unified partnership with the Bulls we have launched numerous programs, such as Adopt-A-School and Military Moments, in an effort to continue our commitment to the betterment of our community.
As the Official Bank of the Northwestern Wildcats, BMO Harris Bank's renewed and expanded sponsorship will support the overall operations of the athletic department at Northwestern and help enhance the university's N Club facility, an event venue that hosts the N Club letter winner association and NU student-athletes before and during sporting events. Northwestern perennially ranks among the top 50 schools in the nation in the Learfield Sports Directors' Cup, paced by the 2012 women's lacrosse team's seventh national championship in the last seven years.
The Division of Intercollegiate Athletics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison dedicates itself to the mission of providing athletic opportunities to a wide range of students and an environment in which all student-athletes can achieve their academic and competitive goals. BMO Harris Bank will support Badgers fans and alumni throughout all the athletics venues including the BMO Harris Bank Varsity Club located at Camp Randall. The BMO Harris Bank Varsity Club is located directly above the stands on the east sideline and hosts 580 guests per game providing full hospitality options for football fans.
Located in Rockford, Illinois, the BMO Harris Bank Center has been a cornerstone in the community since it's opening in 1981. This venue is the home to the Rockford IceHogs as well as the host to numerous forms of entertainment such as concerts and community events. The BMO Harris Bank Center was named one of the best places to watch minor league hockey in America.