Portland Timbers Announce Termination Of Corporate Partnership With DaBella

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The Portland Timbers have abruptly ended their corporate partnership with DaBella, the club announced today.

DaBella, a home improvement contractor in Hillsboro, became the team’s new jersey sponsor this season after the Timbers ended their previous partnership with Alaska Airlines.

A former executive has accused the DaBella CEO, Donnie McMillan Jr., of unwanted advances and sexual harassment of at least three female employees, according to court documents first reported by The Oregonian. The allegations surfaced in a court filing on Feb. 23.

More from the Portland Timbers press release:

TIMBERS TERMINATE CORPORATE PARTNERSHIP WITH DABELLA

PORTLAND, Ore. – The Portland Timbers have terminated the club’s corporate partnership with DaBella, effective immediately, after learning yesterday of allegations of misconduct at the company included in a court filing that was made public on Feb. 23. 

The Timbers and a third-party firm conducted a thorough pre-deal vetting process, and the club did not learn of the filing until Feb. 27.

This decision was rooted in the responsibility we have to our fans, supporters, partners and employees to transparently reflect and uphold the values and expectations of our community.

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