CREDIT ONE BANK® PARTNERS WITH LAS VEGAS RAIDERS TO LAUNCH ‘one for the community’ program
Daniel Carlson, Raiders Kicker
Credit One Bank, a data-driven financial services company and official credit card partner of the Las Vegas Raiders, announced today during a virtual media event the ‘One for the Community’ initiative with Raiders kicker, Daniel Carlson. The program will support Las Vegas-based charities After-School All-Stars and Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada, helping youth in Las Vegas to succeed and reach their full potential.
The One For The Community Program will kick off during Monday Night Football’s September 13 Raiders home opener versus Baltimore. For each successful extra point kicked by the Raiders during the regular season, Credit One Bank will donate $2,000. At the end of the season, the funds raised will be split evenly between After-School All-Stars and Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada. Throughout the season, these organizations will be hosting in-game activations at Allegiant stadium’s state-of-the-art Credit One Club and on the concourse.
“I’m excited to join in assisting two incredible Las Vegas youth charities which the Raiders have supported for several years,” said Carlson, who in 2020, became the franchise record holder for most points scored in a single season (144), surpassing Sebastian Janikowski’s 142 points in 2010. “Both After-School All-Stars and Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada provide our valley’s youth a safe and positive environment that affords them the opportunity to succeed in school and life.”
“We are a proud partner of the Las Vegas Raiders and a founding partner of Allegiant Stadium and are thrilled to launch the One for the Community program as fans are welcomed to the first regular-season home game said John Coombe, senior vice president of marketing at Credit One Bank. “We are appreciative of Daniel Carlson’s and the Raiders’ support of this program and their commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of Las Vegas students. Both Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada and After-School All-Stars make such an impact in our community and we look forward to supporting them this season through the One For The Community program and the Raiders Foundation.”
Credit One Bank is dedicated to funding initiatives and giving back to the Las Vegas community through year-long initiatives that include donations of funding, resources and time.
About Credit One Bank:
Credit One Bank, N.A. is a financial services company based in Las Vegas. Driven by data, Credit One Bank offers a spectrum of products for people in all stages of their financial life including credit cards through the Visa®, Mastercard® and American Express® networks. Founded in 1984, Credit One Bank is one of the fastest-growing credit card providers in the United States. Credit One Bank is the Official Credit Card of NASCAR®, the Las Vegas Raiders, the Vegas Golden Knights, and Best Friends Animal Society®, and is a proud partner of WWE® and Six Flags®. Learn more at CreditOneBank.com and on social media (@CreditOneBank) on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and LinkedIn.
About the Las Vegas Raiders
The Raiders began play in the American Football League in 1960 and are in their 62nd year of professional football competition, including the last 52 years as a member club of the National Football League. Over seven memorable decades, the Raiders won one AFL Championship, three NFL Championships, and four American Football Conference Championships; participated in five Super Bowls; played in 14 Championship games; won or tied for 17 Division titles; reached the playoffs in 22 seasons; played in 44 postseason games; and finished 37 seasons at .500 or better. With their appearance in Super Bowl XXXVII, the Raiders became the first NFL team to play in Super Bowls in four different decades. In addition, the Raiders are proud to contribute to community engagement, youth initiatives, multicultural awareness, and global outreach. The Raiders played in Oakland from their inception through 1982, relocated to Los Angeles in 1983, moved back to Oakland in 1995, and made Las Vegas its home in 2020. The Raiders base training and business operations in Henderson and play home games at Allegiant Stadium, a fully enclosed, state-of-the-art facility with a capacity of 65,000 located adjacent to the world-famous Las Vegas Strip. The Raiders maintain a global presence and communicate with the worldwide Raider Nation through the team’s official website and social media channels. For more information, please visit www.raiders.com or follow @raiders on Twitter and Instagram.