The Nottingham Lions are pleased to announce Internet Motor Parts as the new headline sponsors for the Nottingham Lions Academy for 2018-19 season.
IMP is a Nottinghamshire based company providing over 20,000 car parts in range that includes many difficult to find service parts that other retailers cannot supply, this includes a massive range of Engine management components, switches, sensors, EGR Valves, Ignition Coils, Ignition Leads, Air mass meters and many more parts available to be ordered today.
Internet Motor Parts (IMP) Managing Director Ross Toomey said "We are honoured to be the principle sponsor of the Nottingham Lions Academy it was the perfect fit for the IMP brand. The values of the Academy in developing young local talent to excel as ice hockey players and individuals made the decision an easy one."
"With many of the Nottingham Panthers British players having excelled through the Nottingham Junior Ice Hockey Club and the devotion and enthusiasm of the Nottingham Lions and the Junior Club coaches, we knew the brand was in good hands and are proud to see our logo on the front of the Nottingham Lions Academy shirts."
Lions Head Coach Matt Bradbury said "We were keen to work with Internet Motor Parts as we know how passionate they are about supporting ice hockey locally and we knew right from the outset that they would be great partners as they are keen to work with and encourage grass roots players in Nottingham."
"We've got many young players on the NIHC conveyor belt and it's great to work with them along their journey, it's a great platform to showcase themselves and really gives us a good understanding of how the talent is progressing. This season should be really exciting for the Lions as we have at least 12 young players that are now eligible to play senior hockey and we look forward to bringing them into the team throughout the season."
Final word from Ross Toomey MD - "From everyone at Internet Motor Parts we would like to wish the Academy players the best of luck for the coming season as they travel around the country competing for another year.”
Thursday, 19 July 2018.