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Road Warriors Welcome New Naming Rights Partner

February 5, 2013 - ECHL (ECHL) - Greenville Swamp Rabbits News Release

Greenville, SC: The Greenville Road Warriors announced today that the team has partnered with Centruty BMW. Starting Thursday, the Road Warriors' home ice will be entitled the Century BMW Rink at the BI-LO Center.

"We are excited to have Century BMW join the Road Warriors family and look forward to working with them as the excitement of the regular season's homestretch builds," said Executive Vice President and General Manager Chris Lewis. "The Road Warriors and Century BMW share a similar vision for the future and commitment to excellence and to positively impacting our community. This is an incredibly exciting way to make the final push toward the playoffs and bring our fans the best experience we can."

Century BMW has served Greenville County and upstate South Carolina for over 40 years. They are the only local BMW dealer providing almost all your favorite BMWs. Century BMW has a strong and committed sales staff with many years of experience satisfying their customers' needs. Century BMW is proud to serve Greenville with quality BMW vehicles and is committed to providing a full line of services for customers across the Upstate and throughout South Carolina.

"Century BMW is proud to partner with the Greenville Road Warriors, known for their excellence, sportsmanship, and dedication to Greenville," said General Manager Tommy Kuranoff. "Century BMW is proud of this partnership and proud to support excellence in Greenville."

The Road Warriors are back on home ice this Thursday against the Toledo Walleye. Throwback Thursday returns presented by 93.3 The Planet with $2 BEERS, FOUNTAIN DRINKS, HOT DOGS AND PRETZELS. FANS CAN ALSO PRESENT THEIR BI-LO BONUS CARD AND RECEIVE BUY ONE, GET ONE FREE TICKETS TO ANY SECTION!!

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