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Storm and Allstar Cresting Partner to Launch New Team Merchandise

October 17, 2018 - National Basketball League of Canada (NBL Canada) - Island Storm News Release

CHARLOTTETOWN - With a new season fast approaching, there's no better time to get all decked out in Island Storm apparel.

Now, after partnering with the Joel and Jeremy Watts owned Allstar Cresting, you, the fans, can purchase high-end merchandise and swag through three different avenues -- at the games, at Allstar Cresting, and online at the new team store.

"Our team at Allstar Cresting is excited about this newly expanded partnership with the Island storm," Jeremy said. "After having discussions with Storm management this summer, both sides feel this will offer fans easier access to Storm merchandise as they will now be able to buy it in three areas."

Allstar Cresting will work closely with the Storm throughout the season to offer fans a good arrangement of new and old designs on a variety of different items, including promotional products and clothing.

"There will be new designs regularly and we'll have some ideas for in-game promotions and online offers," Jeremy said. "The team store will have inventory updated on a regular basis so there won't be long wait periods for new clothing."

The Storm brass is equally excited to deliver a fresh product line they're proud of and they can't wait to see fans donning the blue and orange once again.

"Putting the great folks at Allstar Cresting in the drivers seat of our team merchandise will greatly benefit all Storm fans," said Storm vice-president Brett Poirier. "Quicker turn around times, better access to new inventory, and shipping across North America is just some of what fans can now expect. I have full confidence in the Allstar team to take Storm merchandise to the next level."

Fans eager to get their hands on new Storm merchandise can do so starting Monday at Allstar Cresting, located at 155 Belvedere Avenue in Charlottetown.

Online sales are now available through the new team store, which can be found at

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