Practice Ice to be Hoover Arena

The Lake Erie Monsters announced today that their practice facility, located at Ice Land USA in Strongsville, will now be named Hoover® Arena operated by Ice Land USA. Hoover – part of TTI Floor Care North America, headquartered in Glenwillow, OH – will be the presenting partner of the state-of-the-art hockey practice and training facility. This unique partnership will mark a first for any American Hockey League franchise.

Hoover Arena operated by Ice Land USA will help launch the inaugural season of Monsters hockey with an intrasquad scrimmage this Saturday, September 29th at 7 p.m. The scrimmage is free and open to the general public. For information on tickets to Saturday's scrimmage, please call Hoover Arena at (440) 268-2800.

“Joining the Monsters is an opportunity that we could not pass up. This partnership involves a special bond between the Monsters, a team dedicated to winning and providing a great sports and entertainment product to our region, and Hoover, a company dedicated to this region and providing innovative, quality products to our customers. We’re very proud to be part of a new relationship in the AHL,” said Chris Gurreri, President of TTI Floor Care North America.

“Developing a new relationship with a local company like Hoover shows dedication by the Monsters and Hoover to further provide a quality product on and off the ice. This exceptional relationship will feature one of the most advanced practice facilities in the AHL and we can’t wait for our fans to enjoy it,” said Kerry Bubolz, Lake Erie Monsters President and Cavaliers Executive Vice President of Corporate Sales and Broadcasting.

The newly upgraded facility includes a fully dedicated 5,300 square foot training room, redesigned offices for the coaching staff, top-of-the-line training room equipment, a locker room comparable to many NHL locker rooms, two NHL regulation size rinks and a glass enclosed central gallery and conference center overlooking both sheets of ice.

“We are excited to be the practice facility home of the Lake Erie Monsters. We feel the Monsters franchise is an exciting, dedicated group that will be thrilling to experience on a daily basis. It is our pleasure to be a part of a brand of hockey that Northeast Ohio has never before seen the likes of,” said Bill Neihiser, Owner/Operator of Ice Land USA.

Hoover is part of TTI Floor Care North America, Inc., headquartered in Glenwillow, OH. As a leader in the floor-care industry, Hoover manufactures quality, high-performance vacuum cleaners for home and commercial settings. Since 1908, consumers and businesses have trusted Hoover to provide reliable, innovative cleaning solutions. Hoover offers a comprehensive line of products for general and special-purpose vacuuming, including full-size uprights and canisters, deep cleaners and hard-floor cleaners. For more information on the full line of Hoover products, please visit hoover.com.

 

Practice Ice to be Hoover Arena

The Lake Erie Monsters announced today that their practice facility, located at Ice Land USA in Strongsville, will now be named Hoover® Arena operated by Ice Land USA. Hoover – part of TTI Floor Care North America, headquartered in Glenwillow, OH – will be the presenting partner of the state-of-the-art hockey practice and training facility. This unique partnership will mark a first for any American Hockey League franchise.

Hoover Arena operated by Ice Land USA will help launch the inaugural season of Monsters hockey with an intrasquad scrimmage this Saturday, September 29th at 7 p.m. The scrimmage is free and open to the general public. For information on tickets to Saturday's scrimmage, please call Hoover Arena at (440) 268-2800.

“Joining the Monsters is an opportunity that we could not pass up. This partnership involves a special bond between the Monsters, a team dedicated to winning and providing a great sports and entertainment product to our region, and Hoover, a company dedicated to this region and providing innovative, quality products to our customers. We’re very proud to be part of a new relationship in the AHL,” said Chris Gurreri, President of TTI Floor Care North America.

“Developing a new relationship with a local company like Hoover shows dedication by the Monsters and Hoover to further provide a quality product on and off the ice. This exceptional relationship will feature one of the most advanced practice facilities in the AHL and we can’t wait for our fans to enjoy it,” said Kerry Bubolz, Lake Erie Monsters President and Cavaliers Executive Vice President of Corporate Sales and Broadcasting.

The newly upgraded facility includes a fully dedicated 5,300 square foot training room, redesigned offices for the coaching staff, top-of-the-line training room equipment, a locker room comparable to many NHL locker rooms, two NHL regulation size rinks and a glass enclosed central gallery and conference center overlooking both sheets of ice.

“We are excited to be the practice facility home of the Lake Erie Monsters. We feel the Monsters franchise is an exciting, dedicated group that will be thrilling to experience on a daily basis. It is our pleasure to be a part of a brand of hockey that Northeast Ohio has never before seen the likes of,” said Bill Neihiser, Owner/Operator of Ice Land USA.

Hoover is part of TTI Floor Care North America, Inc., headquartered in Glenwillow, OH. As a leader in the floor-care industry, Hoover manufactures quality, high-performance vacuum cleaners for home and commercial settings. Since 1908, consumers and businesses have trusted Hoover to provide reliable, innovative cleaning solutions. Hoover offers a comprehensive line of products for general and special-purpose vacuuming, including full-size uprights and canisters, deep cleaners and hard-floor cleaners. For more information on the full line of Hoover products, please visit hoover.com.

 


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