Maritime Cresting and Hockey Canada's Regional Centre Enter Into Partnership
January 10, 2008

Saint John, NB - It is with great pleasure that Hockey Canada’s Atlantic Regional Centre announces that they have entered into a partnership with Maritime Cresting of Moncton, New Brunswick. Through this partnership, Maritime Cresting has become the official clothing supplier for Team Atlantic Male and Female High Performance Programs, as well as the Official Uniform Supplier of the Atlantic Challenge Cup and Team Atlantic Under 18 Female Program.

“We feel very fortunate to have Maritime Cresting on board with our office and our programs to assist in bringing these programs to the next level,” stated Trevor Murphy, Manager of Hockey Canada’s Atlantic Regional Centre. “We have been working with the staff of Maritime Cresting for the past number of months and we have been totally impressed with their abilities in all aspects of their company. We certainly hope that this new found partnership will prosper into a win-win situation for everyone involved.”
Based in Moncton, NB, Maritime Cresting is one of Atlantic Canada’s leading suppliers of Corporate Apparel, Team Wear, and Promotional Products.

Maritime Cresting evolved in the early 90’s as a spin-off company of the locally owned franchise of Mark’s Work Wearhouse. Incorporated in 1999 as Maritime Cresting Company Limited, then Maritime Cresting employed five employees with over ten years of experience in the embroidery business. While continuing to grow the embroidery business the opportunity to expand into Screen Printing and Promotional Products became available in 2002.

Today, Maritime Cresting employs 25 full time staff, and offers a complete in-house decorating service that includes Embroidery, Screen Printing, Thermal Transfers, and Graphic Design.

“It is a great opportunity for us to give back to the game and the people of Atlantic Canada,” stated Dusty Carroll, President/Owner of Maritime Cresting. “Being involved with the Atlantic Challenge Cup and Team Atlantic Programs will allow us to assist the great athletes that we have in our region and in turn, we will be able to support the grass roots programming which is the cornerstone for hockey development.”

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Brad Taylor
Development Coordinator
Hockey Canada’s Atlantic Regional Centre
(506) 642-0490
(506) 647-2508

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