SUNRISE, Fla. – Youth hockey players, parents and cash-strapped hockey associations in Southern Florida have some time-saving technology upgrades to look forward to.
In a move related to the recently announced partnership between the Florida Panthers and Pointstreak 5050, the Panthers will also be entering into a strategic partnership with Pointstreak 5050’s parent company, Pointstreak Sports Technologies, that will see the Panthers equipping youth and recreational hockey associations with top-of-the-line sports technology services, such as new websites, registration systems and official statistics software.
“Actions speak louder than words,” said Ken Cook, Pointstreak’s COO, “and the message the Panthers organization is saying is clear: We are here to help grassroots hockey in our own backyard. With this partnership in particular, the Panthers are choosing to go above and beyond normal efforts and are funding technology upgrades for teams in their local community. Pointstreak is proud to be associated with a great organization that goes beyond lip service and actually helps real people with real tools they can use.”
In accordance with the Florida Panthers Foundation’s mission to assist families and children in the area pursue enhanced health, education and fitness, this grassroots initiative will see the Panthers underwrite the costs of installing Pointstreak sports software to grassroots hockey organizations.
“Technology used to be a nice-to-have in youth sports. Now it is an integral part of it,” said Peter Luukko, Panthers Executive Chairman, “Eliminating manual entry of scores, Pointstreak provides young players with their statistics delivered in real-time. With their stats accessible on Pointstreak through we aim to make all youth hockey players in South Florida a part of the Panthers.”
Qualified associations and teams will be provided with professional websites whose content they can manage themselves, official league scoring and statistics software, and online registration and payment tools, all of which will help busy parents and cash-strapped youth hockey organizations simply do more with less.
If you are involved in a South Florida youth hockey association and are interested in learning more about this program, visit this informational website or please contact John Colombo, Director of Community Relations and Grassroots Marketing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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ABOUT POINTSTREAK SPORTS TECHNOLOGIES
Pointstreak Sports Technologies Inc.’s mission is to provide innovative technologies to enhance the experience of the global sports community.
Specialized for the needs of sports organizations such as leagues, teams, associations and governing bodies, Pointstreak’s solutions streamline operations and improve the experience of sports participants, fans and media. Pointstreak has three broad divisions: League & Team Management Solutions (brands: Pointstreak Stats – real-time league statistics system; Pointstreak Registration – online registration system; Pointstreak Sites – website content management system; Pointstreak Stream – a live & on-demand sports video streaming service), Electronic Raffle System (brand: Pointstreak 5050) and Athlete Performance, Development & Promotion (brand: Pointstreak Performance).
More information about Pointstreak Sports Technologies Inc. can be found at www.pointstreak.com, through the product information website www.pointstreaksolutions.com and through the corporation information site.