Toyota-USA Hockey partnership extended and expanded

Multi-year agreement to include national Para ice hockey team and development festival. 16 Mar 2017
Two sledge hockey players on the ice, in a conversation

Declan Farmer and Brody Roybal celebrating in the preliminary game USA v Germany at the 2015 IPC Ice Sledge Hockey World Championships A-Pool in Buffalo, USA.

ⒸBill Wippert
By By USA Hockey

“We’re excited about our continued relationship with Toyota.”

USA Hockey has announced that it has extended and expanded its partnership with Toyota.

“We’re excited about our continued relationship with Toyota,” said Dave Ogrean, executive director of USA Hockey. “We appreciate their interest in helping us get more kids on the ice and also in developing innovative ways to further athlete development in quest of our ultimate goal of winning gold medals.”

Among other things, the multi-year extension for Toyota as an official sponsor of USA Hockey includes designation for Toyota as a “proud partner of the US Men’s, Women’s and Sled National Teams” as well as the presenting sponsor of the Toyota-USA Hockey Disabled Festival.

In addition, Toyota will serve as the title sponsor of the US Women’s National Team Tour in preparation for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games and as the official mobility partner of USA Hockey.

Toyota’s association with USA Hockey began in 2012.

“Our partnership with Toyota has been terrific,” said Lee Meyer, senior director of marketing for USA Hockey, “and we look forward to some of the unique ways our relationship will continue to evolve over the course of the next several years.”