San Francisco 49ers Partners with Cache Creek Casino Resort

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The San Francisco 49ers football team has partnered with the Cache Creek Casino Resort which is owned by the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation. The multi-year deal includes presenting sponsorship of the 49ers pre- and post-game radio show on KNBR 680AM and throughout the 49ers Radio Network.

“As premiere entertainment providers rooted in Northern California, the 49ers are excited to welcome Cache Creek Casino Resort as a corporate partner supporting our efforts to bring the game to 49ers fans everywhere. As Cache Creek continues to expand its entertainment destination, it will afford the 49ers Faithful new opportunities on game days and non-game days for many seasons to come,” Brent Schoeb, 49ers Chief Revenue Officer said.

“The San Francisco 49ers are an elite, legacy-minded organization, with a storied record of success at the highest levels. Our brands have been aligned in similar ways for many decades. At Cache Creek, we strive to deliver the best possible guest experience to our guests and aim for the pinnacle in terms of success. We also share a deep commitment to the diverse Northern California community,” Kari Stout-Smith, General Manager and COO of Cache Creek said.

“We are proud to partner with the San Francisco 49ers, which is clearly an iconic sports brand in Northern California with a rich history on the field and in the community. We are certainly excited to help 49ers fans learn about Yocha Dehe’s long history here in Northern California, and introduce them to our Cache Creek and Séka Hills brands,” Anthony Roberts, Chairman of Yocha Dehe Tribal said.

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