Fierce Lacrosse Becomes Official Equipment Sponsor of the Texas Box Lacrosse Association

Posted on July 25, 2012 by

Categories: Indoor

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GEORGETOWN, TX – The Texas Box Lacrosse Association (TBLA) is proud to announce Fierce Lacrosse as our official equipment sponsor. The TBLA and Fierce Lacrosse have formed a partnership to make box lacrosse equipment readily available to TBLA members at affordable prices. As authentic, Canadian-style box lacrosse expands in Texas, the demand for box-lacrosse-specific equipment has increased, as well. In our inaugural season, we have already witnessed a sharp increase in box equipment interest. In our mission to provide comprehensive support for every aspect of our member’s needs, the TBLA sought out a retailer that, not only offered the finest box lacrosse equipment available, but also had a rich history and comprehensive understanding of authentic, Canadian-style boxla. We found that company in Fierce Lacrosse.

Fierce Lacrosse is located on the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation, which is about 30 miles South of Buffalo, NY. The Cattaraugus Indian Reservation is part of the Seneca Nation. Fierce Lacrosse was founded by Ryan Jimerson, a registered member of the Seneca Nation, and has been providing the finest in box lacrosse equipment since 2010. Fierce Lacrosse is a player-oriented business that revolves around a deep appreciation for the game of lacrosse and the history of this tremendous sport. For the people of the Six Nations, lacrosse is not just a sport, but an integral part of their culture that has been played for centuries. Fierce Lacrosse exudes their respect for the significance of the game in everything they do.

Fierce Lacrosse can be found on the web at www.playfierce.com.

“So why Fierce? We are building a community that supports our game and the reason why we are still here today. The spirit of Fierce Lacrosse transcends the game in all communities, Nations and Ethnicities. It’s who we are and have always been; and now we can show you!”

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