Jag-One Physical Therapy renewed its partnership with the New Jersey Devils and Prudential Center.
The extension, announced Dec. 5 and which comes after a successful 10-year partnership, will focus on working with local youth and collaborating on community relations initiatives.
To that end, Jag-One will engage at the local level and with youth to provide opportunities in hockey.
Through the Youth Hockey Marquee Matchup Program, Jag-One Physical Therapy and the Devils will organize youth hockey matchups that will take place in between periods at selected Devils games. Each team will be provided with 50 tickets to each game and also receive co-branded jerseys for all of its players.
“Our longstanding partnership with the Prudential Center and the NJ Devils perfectly aligns with our commitment to the local community and supporting youth athletics programs within our catchment areas,” said John Gallucci Jr., CEO of Jag-One Physical Therapy. “We are so proud of the opportunity to provide such amazing experiences, opportunities and more all ages. Our partnership allows our talented team wot work with an amazing athletic program that shares all that we value.”
Additional community initiatives include events such as the High School Hockey Captains Night, PeeWee Devils Night, and the Tournament of Champions.
Jag-One will also be featured in signage with the Devils at all home games and other events.
Chad Biggs, senior vice president, Corporate Partnerships Activation, for the Devils and Prudential Center, said both entities are excited to continue the partnership with Jag-One, especially because of its emphasis on working with the community and youth across the Garden State.
“We are proud to help create and provide such memorable experiences to youth hockey organizations and families throughout New Jersey with activations, tickets, and access,” said Biggs."