TRAC gets new name in $1M naming rights deal

Franklin County’s TRAC facility will now be called The HAPO Center.

Franklin County announced March 12 that it has entered into an agreement with HAPO Community Credit Union for the naming rights of the facility.

The agreement runs for a 10-year period and is valued at $1 million. 

“Franklin County is pleased to partner with HAPO in this endeavor as they are making a substantial investment in the community. This is a significant contribution to the financial success of the facility, thus reducing the burden on county taxpayers,” said Keith Johnson, administrator for Franklin County, in a press release.

The facility formerly known as TRAC, which stood for Trade, Recreation and Agricultural Center, opened in 1995.

The complex at 6600 Burden Blvd. features a 38,184-square-foot exposition hall, 39,200-square-foot indoor dirt floor arena, atrium and three conference rooms, totaling more than 84,000 square feet of exhibit space. 

The HAPO Center will continue to be owned by Franklin County, with operating support from the city of Pasco, and it will continue its mission of providing space for trade, recreation, agriculture and commerce events, Johnson said.

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