Public Life reports first public sponsorship: NHL’s Dallas Stars

National Life Group Chairman, CEO, and President Mehran Assadi recently announced the company’s first national sponsorship with the National Hockey League’s Dallas Stars. The sponsorship will span four years, starting from the 2023 season. National Life, which celebrates its 175th anniversary in 2023, is highlighting this milestone through various initiatives, including the partnership with the Dallas Stars.

The alignment between National Life and the Dallas Stars extends to their shared focus on supporting communities through education, health, and well-being programs. The Stars’ mission resonates with National Life’s commitment to doing good, being good, and making good.

Mehran Assadi expressed his excitement about the partnership, emphasizing the Stars’ dedication to uplifting children and improving communities through sports. As National Life continues to grow, the collaboration with the Stars will contribute to their shared efforts of giving back to communities.

Dallas Stars President/CEO Brad Alberts also expressed pride in partnering with National Life Group as their first national sponsorship. Both organizations share a commitment to community engagement, making the partnership a promising one.

The Dallas Stars, founded in 1967 as the Minnesota North Stars before relocating to Texas in 1993, have played a significant role in the growth of hockey in the southern United States. They have achieved success on the ice, including winning the Stanley Cup in 1999, and have actively engaged in grassroots initiatives and community involvement.

National Life Group, founded in 1848, is dedicated to providing peace of mind and has a long-standing history of fulfilling promises. The company’s corporate philanthropy efforts include initiatives focused on ending childhood hunger, children’s mental health, and recognizing outstanding educators through the LifeChanger of the Year program.

For more information about National Life Group’s philanthropic programs and social responsibilities, visit their website.

Public Life reports first public sponsorship: NHL’s Dallas Stars

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