Grand Island City Council on May 25 agreed to rename the park after the finance company, which was founded in Grand Island in 1996.
Amur is “very excited” about the potential project, Senior Vice President of Commerce and Strategic Partnerships Todd Wainwright told The Independent.
“We are incredibly excited about the potential project of bringing an expanded communal green space to historical downtown Grand Island for all to enjoy,” he said. “The opportunity to be the primary financial backing partner for the project aligns with our mission of supporting and giving back to the community. In the months ahead, we look forward to working with the City Council to bring this project to fruition and extend our gratitude for the resolution regarding naming rights of the plaza.”