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Victory Events signs partnership with Cascade Maverik to cover 21 showcases, tournaments

Wednesday, 12th February 2020

Categories Boy's/Men's, Girl's/Women's, Posted 2/12/20
From Press Release

Victory Event Series has signed a new partnership agreement with Cascade Maverik Lacrosse covering eight lacrosse Showcases and 13 different lacrosse team tournaments, including the prestigious National Prep Lacrosse Championship. Cascade Maverik is also a longtime partner of the U.S. National Team and US Lacrosse.

“This new partnership with Cascade Maverik provides exclusivity in product sales and branding while raising the overall experience for our quarter-million plus attendees,” said Jeff Long, President of Victory Event Series. “This partnership compliments Cascade Maverik’s relationship with US Lacrosse and the accomplished National Team players since Victory serves up both boys and girls youth players.”

“Many of us at Cascade Maverik are lacrosse players and have been for as long as we can remember,” said said Patrick O’Toole, Director of Marketing for Cascade Maverik Lacrosse. “We have nostalgia for summer tournaments and share stories of the lasting impact that talent showcases have had on our lacrosse careers.

“Victory empowers us to be a part of the next generation of youth experiences and extend our presence in both popular and emerging markets. We consider VES an extension of our own events team and are excited to activate in over 20 events across the nation as partners this year.”

The new agreement designates Cascade Maverik as the “Official Helmet and Equipment Supplier” of Victory Event Series.

Victory Event Series hosts 21 different lacrosse related events throughout the year including their signature event, the Boys Summer Slam. In addition to team tournaments Victory runs seven elite boys lacrosse showcases and one girls showcase.

Victory Event Series launched in the fall of 2008 with co-ownership of the 2009 Pennsylvania boys Inter-Ac Invitational and expanded its event line up into Delaware, Louisiana, Maryland, Tennessee and Texas.


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