NHL coaches will be suiting up for the hockey season thanks to a new partnership with Collins Clothiers. It was announced today that Collins Clothiers has been named the “Official Suit Provider of the NHL Coaches’ Association” for the 2020-2021 NHL® season.
Collins Clothiers is a 100% family-owned and operated business, and one that is deeply rooted in the communities that they serve in Southern Ontario, Canada. The company strongly believes in supporting youth sports teams and helping children achieve their dreams through sport. They have been a sponsor of youth sports of all types, particularly hockey, for more than 55 years.
“As long-time sponsors of youth sports, partnering with the NHLCA just makes sense as the next step for our brand,” said Curt Collins, President of Collins Clothiers. “We’re looking forward to implementing our virtual consultation service with every NHL coach and seeing their style behind the bench.”
All NHL coaches have been invited to participate in the program during the 2020-2021 season. In addition to suits, Collins Clothiers has committed to supporting NHL coaches by providing casual-wear apparel options.
Craig Berube, Head Coach of the St. Louis Blues, and current President of the NHLCA Executive Committee, says, “Looking professional behind the bench is important for NHL coaches. Finding a partner that offers high-end men’s apparel while also being dedicated to supporting youth sports is a big win for us. We’re looking forward to this partnership with Collins.”
For additional information about Collins Clothiers, please visit www.collinsclothiers.com.
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