The ECHL announced on Wednesday that the League has partnered with Renegade Brand's Sweat X as the “Official Detergent and Odor Eliminator” of the ECHL, and will showcase the League’s weekly highlights with the Sweat X “Filthy Plays” of the Week.
“Sweat X continues to expand their reach throughout hockey and professional sport locker rooms with their patented stain and detergent technology, and is bringing its power to laundry rooms across the United States by being available nationwide at hockey & specialty sports retail locations,” said Ryan Crelin, Chief Operating Officer of the ECHL. “We are very excited to have them return as a partner of the ECHL to showcase their products in our locker rooms for our players and in our hockey communities.”
The Sweat X Laundry Cleaning Line, which includes a detergent, stain and odor spray, is designed to remove the toughest sports stains and odors. Used by over 200 professional teams, collegiate sports programs and youth sports teams across the United States, the Sweat X detergent and laundry line's NANOVASIVE technology is small enough to exfoliate stains and infested sweat known to cause odor in uniforms and activewear.
“The Sweat X team is indeed honored to be working again with the ECHL and its teams,” said Sweat X founder and Renegade Brands CEO Cathy Horton. “We look forward to continue working alongside the teams, players, and equipment managers to keep them smelling fresh & clean this season as their official detergent and odor spray.”
About Renegade Brand's Sweat X
Renegade Brands is headquartered in Beachwood, Ohio. The company is run by athletes with unmatched experience, passion and integrity. Sweat X is a specifically formulated, high performance laundry cleaning line that is uniquely designed to lift and remove embedded foul odors and the toughest stains from all fabrics. In addition to its superior laundry products, Renegade Brands/Sweat X takes pride in giving back to registered organizations a fixed percentage of its gross sales. To learn more, visit www.SweatXTeams.com and www.SweatXSport.com.
About the ECHL
Began in 1988-89 with five teams in four states, the ECHL has grown into a coast-to-coast league with 27 teams in 21 states and one Canadian province for its 30th season in 2017-18. There have been who have played in the NHL after playing in the ECHL, including two who have made their debut in the 2017-18 season. The ECHL has affiliations with 27 of the 31 NHL teams in 2017-18, marking the 21st consecutive season that the league had affiliations with at least 20 teams in the NHL. Further information on the ECHL is available on its website at ECHL.com as well as on Twitter and Facebook.