Lewis and Wilkins LLP announced it has entered into a multi-year sponsorship deal with Indy Fuel, the new professional hockey team that begins play in October at the Indiana State Fairgrounds.
Lewis and Wilkins LLP, an Indiana-based law firm, will be the official sponsor of the exclusive Club Level seating at Indy Fuel Games.
“We felt that this was a dynamic way to be a civic contributor to a great sport that is returning to a historic facility. We are our proud to be the official sponsor of the Club Level for the Indy Fuel” said John Lewis, a partner with the law firm. “With the excitement the Indy Fuel team has generated and their recent affiliation with the Chicago Blackhawks, we anticipate a strong backing of the Indy Fuel by the fans.” he added. John continued “I have genuinely enjoyed getting to know some of the Fuel’s management through this process and they are clearly putting everything into making this a successful franchise.”
“Leading corporate citizens and institutions have really welcomed the Fuel to the community, and we’re forming some outstanding new partnerships,” said Indy Fuel team president Sean Hallett.
About the Indy Fuel
The Indy Fuel is bringing professional hockey back to Indianapolis, and will begin skating against rivals in the ECHL – the premier ‘AA’ league for the NHL – in October 2014. The Fuel’s ‘home ice’ is the newly-renovated Coliseum on the Indiana State Fairgrounds, which hosted the city’s first hockey team more than 75 years ago as well as its newest professional franchise. The Indy Fuel will host 36 home games during the 2014-15 season, providing exciting competition and affordable entertainment for the whole family. Learn more at IndyFuelHockey.com, and connect with the team on Twitter @IndyFuel and at Facebook.com/IndyFuel.
About Lewis and Wilkins LLP
LEWIS AND WILKINS LLP provides its clients with a wealth of experience in each of its practice areas. The firm has offices in Fishers and downtown Indianapolis. To learn more about the firm please view www.lewisandwilkins.com or call (317) 495-7100.