AUBURN DOUBLEDAYS PLAYERS MOVE INTO NEW HOUSING FOR THE SEASON
Local Businesswoman Offers Team Home Run of a Deal
(Auburn, NY) July 10, 2013 - In late June, 12 players from the Auburn Doubledays moved into new housing for the remainder of the season. OneSource Financial president Sara Fagan offered her building to the local minor league baseball team at a deeply discounted rate to show her support of what they mean to the Auburn community.
"Supporting the Auburn Doubledays by allowing the players to rent space in my building was an easy decision," said Fagan. "The Doubledays are a big part of what makes Auburn a great place to be each summer. They add value to the whole community, and I am happy to offer them a low cost, convenient place to live this season."
"It was the first and only building we saw," added Jason Horbal, Doubledays General Manager. "Sara saw that we were in a tight situation, and immediately offered to house our players at a fraction of what she could have normally rented the space. She was empathetic and responsive, and we couldn't be more thankful for her kind gesture."
To show their appreciation of Fagan's efforts, Horbal has offered to host a group of up to 100 guests at a Doubledays' picnic and game. Fagan is currently looking at several local non-profit groups that might enjoy this special event.
About OneSource Financial
Founded in 1998, OneSource Financial (www.osfinancial.com) is a centralized organizational loan servicing agency that connects auto, marine and power-sport dealers to lenders in a six-state region. OneSource Financial believes in "building relationships and creating solutions" by providing its vast, well-established dealership network with full-credit spectrum financing for their customer bases, offering them highly competitive financing channels and an extensive array of aftermarket products. Through alternative financing sources, the company can also facilitate sales to sub-prime customers who might not be able to obtain financing from traditional lending sources.
This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.