Odenton, MD – The Maryland Black Bears hockey team, members of the North American Hockey League, announce a special partnership with iconic Maryland brands, OLD BAY and Route One Apparel. On Saturday, January 28th at Piney Orchard Ice Arena (8781 Piney Orchard Pkwy, Odenton, MD 21113), the Black Bears will wear limited-edition OLD BAY-themed jerseys to take on the Northeast Generals at 7:30 p.m.
Combining the black and yellow colors of the home team with the
iconic yellow, blue and red marks of an OLD BAY can, fans can place
bids on 25 game-worn jerseys through an online auction. Proceeds
from the auction will be donated to the Maryland Food Bank.
“The Maryland Black Bears are proud to partner with OLD BAY, a brand
that is more than seasoning, and represents Maryland pride,” said
Robyn Remick, Black Bears President. “This special-edition hockey
jersey represents the best of both of our organizations. More
importantly, proceeds from the jersey auction will help the Maryland
Food Bank and their fight to end hunger for individuals and families
throughout our state.”
The jersey was designed in collaboration with Route One Apparel, a
company specializing in Maryland Pride clothing and accessories.
For more information please contact Chris Rogers at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-874-7194.
To purchase tickets to the January 28th game, please visit
About Maryland Black Bears
Now celebrating their 5th season of play, the Maryland Black Bears are
East Division members of the North American Hockey League (NAHL).
Currently leading the division with a record of 22-7-3, the team consists
of players ages 16-20 years old vying to play college hockey at the
Division I & III levels. Players are recruited from across the USA, Canada
and Europe. As the hometown team of Central Maryland, the Black
Bears host their home games at the Piney Orchard Ice Arena in
The mission of the Black Bears organization is to provide talented
young men with access to all resources necessary to succeed on and off
the ice. The team makes giving back to the local community a priority
by partnering with local groups and charities, fundraising at every Black
Bears home game. The Black Bears lead the NAHL in Division I hockey
commitments over the past four years. The Maryland Black Bears and
Piney Orchard Ice Arena are owned by Black Bear Sports Group, the
largest private owner/operator of ice rinks in the USA.
To learn more, visit www.marylandblackbears.com or follow them on
Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @BlackBearsNAHL