South Carolina Stingrays Partner with Boy Scouts

The South Carolina Stingrays announced today a major marketing and sales partnership with the Coastal Carolina division of the Boy Scouts to run for the duration of the 2006-2007 season.

The partnership was designed to compliment the Boy Scouts Fall Popcorn Sales Campaign which will run from now until the end of November. Incentives to push sales will include both Stingrays tickets and experiences. Each scout that sells $150 in popcorn will receive a free ticket to the Stingrays home game on February 18, 2007.

Other incentives include participation in an on-ice contest or activity, dinner with the President and head coaches, and a chance to be a guest radio commentator with broadcaster Mike Kelly.

“We are very excited for this new partnership between the Boy Scouts and Stingrays,” commented Pat Craven, Scout Director of the Coastal Carolina region. “Scout age boys are into fast paced and action-filled video games, and Stingrays Hockey is all of that, but live. They will get to go and spend the day hanging out with their friends and having fun at the same time. Sounds like a typical scouting event to me.”

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