Maverik/Cascade Joins Forces with Total Lacrosse

Posted on October 10, 2012 by

Categories: Cascade, Economy/Lax Business, Maverik

NEW YORK – October 10, 2012 – Maverik Lacrosse (www.maveriklacrosse.com) and Cascade Lacrosse announced today that they have joined forces with lacrosse retailer Total Lacrosse to provide brand new equipment to the Matthews-Dickey Boys Lacrosse team in the St. Louis metropolitan area. Maverik/Cascade Lacrosse and Total Lacrosse will also be donating 20 percent of all Maverik and Cascade equipment purchased at Total Lacrosse online and its St. Louis and Chicago retail locations from October 12th through the 31st. Additionally, Maverik athlete John Christmas will be holding a free clinic in St. Louis on Saturday, October 13th at the Matthews-Dickey campus. If you would like to make a donation and are not in need of new equipment you can make a contribution at the Michael Sennett Count on Me Foundation. Also, make sure to visit the Maverik Lacrosse Facebook page for the latest gear, news and updates on all Maverik athletes.


“Maverik Lacrosse and their athletes are true ambassadors for our sport,” said Dave Chaney, brand manager for Total Lacrosse. “Maverik’s dedication to growing the game of lacrosse in emerging markets made them the perfect candidate to partner with in our efforts to increase participation, enthusiasm and awareness of the sport. We [Total Lacrosse] feel that growing the game of lacrosse as our responsibility and are actively working to get involved in community efforts. It brings excitement and a sense of community when we have the ability to benefit an organization in our ownbackyard. We anticipate involvement in similar programs with Maverik as we continue to work together to expand theexposure and reach of lacrosse.”

“We are very excited to be partnering with Total Lacrosse and helping them to bring lacrosse to kids in St. Louis,” said John Gagliardi, founder of Maverik Lacrosse. “This event is a pure example of Dave’s passion for the game and his dedication to helping kids in the local community. We are proud to be a part of it.”

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