WINNIPEG, MB – The Manitoba Junior Hockey League (MJHL) is pleased to announce an Official Partnership with Farmery Estate Brewery.
As a Manitoba based company, Farmery has shown a tremendous commitment to the province of Manitoba since their inception. Their vision to continue producing a local, home-grown product aligns well with the values of the MJHL.
“This partnership is about connecting Farmery, a local grass roots company, with the grass roots talent of local hockey that operates within the fabric of our Manitoban communities,” stated Farmery Owner, Chris Warwaruk.
For the next two seasons, all 12 MJHL teams will feature a Farmery crest on their home and away uniforms. Farmery and the MJHL have partnered together on a number of exciting initiatives, including a new league scholarship award, fan engagement contests and much more.
“We are thrilled to have a strong Manitoba brand like Farmery associated with our league,” MJHL Commissioner, Kevin Saurette explained. “Teaming up with Farmery is very exciting for the MJHL and we cannot thank them enough for their commitment to support our athletes and Junior A Hockey throughout the province.”
Farmery and the MJHL have also teamed up to create an MJHL branded product that will be sold across the province with a portion of the proceeds going towards the Farmery Scholarship Award.
Stay tuned for more details to be announced regarding this partnership closer to the start of the MJHL regular season schedule on October 9th.