Date: 10/11/2011
Source: Incapital
Author: Incapital

Incapital Becomes a Sponsor for The Florida Panthers

The Florida Panthers announced today that Incapital, a Boca Raton-based securities and investment banking firm, will be a presenting sponsor when the National Hockey League (NHL) team takes the ice for the 2011-2012 season.

Incapital’s agreement with the Panthers also provides opportunities throughout the season for Panthers fans to recognize and support the work of Forgotten Soldiers Outreach, Inc. Panther fans will be able to support Forgotten Soldiers through raffles or by making food or cash donations at select games. Forgotten Soldiers will also be recognized during the pre-game National Anthem during 20 games throughout the season.

“We are absolutely thrilled and honored to partner with a first-class organization like Incapital,” said Sunrise Sports & Entertainment President & Chief Operating Officer Michael Yormark. “I’m sure our brand activation team is looking forward to helping raise their overall brand awareness in the South Florida market and beyond.”

“We are excited about the new partnership we have formed with the Florida Panthers for the upcoming season,” said Incapital Chief Executive Officer John Radtke. “Incapital is happy to be affiliated with a great organization like the Panthers, and at the same time we are pleased to help raise the visibility of Forgotten Soldiers.”

“Our sponsorship and support for the Florida Panthers is just one way Incapital is working to support the South Florida community,” said Chris Clews, Executive Director, Marketing at Incapital. “The opportunity with the Panthers is also one of many successful initiatives launched during the past year to support Incapital's brand awareness campaign.”

Incapital will have a presence during each Panthers home game with the sponsorship of two dasherboards during each home game throughout the 2011-2012 season.

The sponsorship with the National Hockey League’s (NHL) Panthers follows sports marketing agreements announced by Incapital earlier this year with the Professional Golf Association and Major League Soccer.