PRINCETON, N.J. – The ECHL announced on Friday that In Glas Co has signed a three-year agreement to be the exclusive puck supplier for the ECHL. In Glas Co will supply souvenir and game pucks for each of the 30 teams in 2004-05 while also providing the pucks for the 2005 ECHL All-Star Game and the 2005 Kelly Cup Playoffs.
In Glas Co will continue to receive league-wide exposure through ECHL print and broadcast media and on the official league web site at www.echl.com. In Glas Co will also receive exposure during the 13th Annual ECHL All-Star Game and Skills Competition on January 25-26 at the 7,215-seat Sovereign Center in Reading, Pa. and during the 2005 Kelly Cup Playoffs.
“In Glas Co has very good past and present relations with the ECHL,” said Sean Mckenna, Sales and Marketing Director for In Glas Co. “We have now taken it a step further with a three-year exclusive program that makes us the proud and lone supplier of game and souvenir pucks to a league that is continually growing.”
“The ECHL is extremely pleased to sign this multi-year deal to continue its partnership with In Glas Co,” said Glen Thornborough, Vice President of Marketing/Sales for the ECHL. “In Glas Co has proven itself at all levels of the hockey industry, providing superior products and unparalleled service.”
In Glas Co will sponsor the ECHL Player of the Week award for the fourth consecutive year. Donating 100 pucks each week to a youth hockey organization in the city of the award winner, In Glas Co has donated 10,000 pucks since it began sponsoring the award in 2000-01.
In Glas Co is a proud partner of the National Hockey League and the American Hockey League, as well as many hockey leagues and associations around the world.