NEW YORK — June 10, 2015 – Guardian Sports is proud to announce that Tomahawk Shades has come on-board as an official sponsor of the 2nd Annual Guardian National Championships. Tomahawk will be working closely with Guardian Sports to create a one-off unique custom shade design that will be exclusive to participants at the groundbreaking goalie combine and evaluation/recruiting-styled event on July 27-30.
“We are excited to be working Ginny and her team,” said Andrew Shapiro, CEO and Founder of Tomahawk Shades. “Guardian, the competing goalies and Tomahawk Shades all share something in common, our futures are so bright we need to wear shades! Why not a cool pair?”
The Guardian National Championship is the largest lacrosse goalie specific showcase that brings together elite high school goalies from across the country and gives them the stage to showcase their talents in front of numerous Division I, II and III college coaches. The goalies are evaluated in 16 goalie-specific tests in four key component areas; REACTIONARY, OFFENSIVE, ATHLETIC and VIRTUAL.
“We have always wanted to make our event memorable and go the extra yard for these talented young net minders,” remarked Ginny Capicchioni, Guardian Sports, Founder/CEO. “I hope every time they put on their Tomahawk Shades memories of our event will come rushing back and they will be reminded of their bright futures in lacrosse.”
About Tomahawk Shades
Tomahawk Shades was founded in 2012 by Andrew Shapiro, Ryan Shapiro and Tim Moshman. With the creation of this company, they wanted to provide the latest up to date styles and colors to people at a low price with great quality.
About Guardian Sports
Guardian Sports was created to institute a national lacrosse goaltending program. Guardian’s mission is simple – WE. CREATE. GUARDIANS. Guardian Sports provides the necessary resources and training for Goaltending development, training and recruitment at every level. This includes skill training, improving physical and mental competency, game day consistency and leadership education.