Seawolves & Krusteaz Announce Partnership
Tukwila, WASH. - The Seattle Seawolves announced today a new partnership with Seattle-based Pancake & Baking Mix company, Krusteaz, to become the Seawolves front of jersey sponsor for the 2020 Major League Rugby (MLR) season.
"We're excited to partner with Krusteaz as we embark on our third season of Major League Rugby," said Seattle Seawolves President, Shane Skinner. "Krusteaz is a long-standing Seattle brand and the launch of their new protein pancake mix makes them the ideal partner to support our pack on and off the pitch all season long."
The Krusteaz Brand's strong Pacific Northwest roots, award winning products, and new protein-packed pancake mix makes them the ideal partner for the Seawolves, as the team works towards defending back-to-back Major League Rugby championships. As part of the partnership, Krusteaz plans on serving up pancakes at Seawolves Family Day on April 12, 2020 alongside their protein pancake wrapped vintage Ford Van. Fans can also expect a fun social media-driven series of Seawolves and Krusteaz creative content.
"The Seawolves have developed a passionate fan base and introduced an exciting, fun-filled sporting experience to Seattle," said Krusteaz VP of Marketing, Steve Donley. "We're excited to bring Krusteaz and our protein pancake mix to the pitch, providing fuel and fun to the Seawolves and their fans, as they hunt for another MLR championship."
Krusteaz joins an esteemed group of Seawolves partners including Virginia Mason, Seattle Southside Regional Tourism Authority, Elysian Brewing, WaFd Bank, Glacial Cryotherapy, Washington Athletic Club, BECU, USI, Wing Dome, Valley Shine Distillery, Olli Salumeria, Tiger Rugby, Momentous, Brooks Running, Portage Bay, Floor & Décor, Rock Tape and more.
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