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NMHA launches new tagline - RED HOT HOCKEY
Submitted By Administrator on Friday, September 6, 2013
Welcome to the Year of Red HOT HOCKEY 2013

Newmarket Minor Hockey Association is one of the leading hockey destinations for hometown hockey in Ontario. As an Association, we are committed to providing a fun, healthy, competitive experience in organized hockey for all talent levels of youth.  

The introduction of the new NMHA tagline “Red Hot Hockey”, created by Aspen Marketing Services, reinforces the Association position as a leader in hometown hockey. Designed with a contemporary look and feel to instill community pride and a competitive spirit among current Association members as well as attract newcomers.



The new branding initiative signals changes already taking place within the Association. This year, NMHA hired Grover Braund, a dedicated full time resource to develop and manage the new player development program. Coaches and players this year are already reaping the benefits of the program with the introduction of a new Playbook, which gives volunteer coaches the knowledge, support, training necessary to carry out their roles. It is focused on the growth of both personal and physical skills for all participants, maintaining the highest degree of sportsmanship and providing for the physical and emotional safety of all individuals within the Association. 
 
Look for the introduction of Red Hot Hockey branding through the year…with the coming announcement of the Red Hot Hockey Raffle- 1st NMHA cash raffle in over 20 years, Red Hot Hockey t-shirt sales, posters and much more as the year progresses. 
 
Below is a sneak peak at RED HOT logo, t-shirts and posters…which will be available soon. Stay tuned for more details on how you can proudly own a piece of RED HOT HOCKEY and send out a strong message to other clubs that NMHA is definitely a club to contend with!!!! 
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