City to Soon Accept Bids for Haverhill Stadium Name Change

(Jay Saulnier file photograph for WHAV News)

Merrimack Valley emergency medical service provider Trinity EMS has seen the company’s name in lights at Haverhill’s Lincoln Avenue stadium, and later this spring, the city is giving other businesses or individuals a chance to do the same.

As part of an open request for proposal (RFP) process, the seven-member Haverhill Stadium Commission plans to consider applications for naming rights, Commission Chairman and Haverhill High School Director of Athletics Thomas O’Brien tells WHAV.

“Trinity has been an outstanding partner for the last eight years and we hope they can continue, but at the same time, we will be considering other bids if they’re out there,” O’Brien said.

Trinity acquired naming rights in 2013 for $200,000, entering into an initial three-year contract that was extended for another five years.

As O’Brien explains, the opportunity is a big one for those looking for presence in the City of Haverhill.

“In a relatively short time, the name ‘Trinity’ has become synonymous with that facility, and any time it’s referred to, it’s now Trinity,” the sports director said. “Whether it’s Trinity continuing that, or someone new, it’s a great opportunity.”

The RFP process will be outlined on the City’s website,

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