QuantumDigital is providing direct marketing and print support to the Austin Blades fundraiser tournament. The tournament’s purpose is to raise funds to help keep ice hockey available for the disabled community in the Austin area.
Austin, Texas (PRWEB)September 10, 2013
QuantumDigital, Inc., a direct marketing company making direct mail simple and fast, today announced its support for Austin Blades Sled Hockey Team’s “1st Annual Autumn Annihilation in Austin” 3-on-3 Tournament. The Company is sponsoring the fundraiser through direct marketing and print support in the forms of promotional flyers, car magnets, sales presentations, and event programs. Representatives from QuantumDigital will also be attending the tournament on September 14 at the Austin Pond Hockey Club in Austin, Texas.
The fundraising tournament is the first of its kind for the Austin Blades, an official member of STARskaters.org, with its purpose to keep ice hockey available for the disabled community in the Austin area. Advanced members of the Austin Blades have been part of the 2012 USA Sled Hockey Festival Bronze Medal Team and Rico Roman, a member of the 2014 USA National Sled Hockey Team going to the 2014 Paralympics in Sochi Russia, will be attending and playing in the event. However, this on-ice experience for individuals with disabilities is open to competitors of all skill levels.
Austin Blades 3-on-3 Tournament: “1st Annual Autumn Annihilation in Austin”
Saturday, September 14, 2013
10:00 am – 6:00 pm CST
Austin Pond Hockey Club
902 United Drive Austin, TX 78758
Registration: http://www.starskaters.org or http://www.pondhockeyclub.com
“We are so excited about our upcoming tournament which includes divisions for stand up skaters and sled players ages five and above,” said Frank Dorval, Chapter President, Austin Blades. “The Austin Blades are blessed to have the support of QuantumDigital and all our organization sponsors, including the Challenged Athletes Foundation.” The Challenged Athletes Foundation helps make grants available to individuals that have a physical disability and would like to play sled hockey.
“Supporting the local Austin community has been a cornerstone of our business over the past 27 years,” said Steve Damman, President and CEO, QuantumDigital. “Giving back by donating our time, talent, and resources is a key part of our culture. As CEO, I believe it is very important for me to continue to provide all of my employees with a wide variety of community and volunteer opportunities that both match their interests and keep Austin strong.”
QuantumDigital, Inc. makes direct mail simple and fast. By combining 24-hour turnaround speed, easy-to-use tools, geo-mapping, and an affordable turnkey approach, QuantumDigital helps real estate professionals and small to medium-sized organizations target their marketing and reach customers faster. A provider of printed postcard marketing, direct mail marketing, and on-demand printing services, QuantumDigital is also the creator of QCards, the first direct mail marketing iPhone app for small business. All QuantumDigital products and services are backed by the company’s WOW Customer Service Guarantee. Founded in 1986, QuantumDigital is based in Austin, Texas. Visit QuantumDigital at quantumdigital.com. Follow on Twitter @QuantumDigital for small business news, or @RealEstate_QD for real estate news.
About Austin Blades
Since 2005 the Austin Blades Disabled Sled Hockey Team, an Official Chapter of STARSkaters.org 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, has served as Austin’s only sled ice hockey team. Sled hockey is a sport that allows individuals with impaired mobility an opportunity to participate in the fast-paced sport of ice hockey. Players sit in sleds with sharp blades on the bottom. In their hands, they hold sticks that allow them to play the puck and to propel themselves up and down the ice. When the Austin Blades play, the pace is intense. For more information, visit starskaters.org.
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