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Golfwear brand Sunice signs deal with EWGA
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Mar '11
Sunice, which showcases golfwear that embodies the perfect fusion of science and fashion-forward style -- has entered into a one-year sponsorship agreement with the Executive Women's Golf Association, Sunice announced.

The EWGA is a membership organization with nearly 20,000 active participants, whose purpose is to connect women to learn, play and enjoy golf for business and fun through Chapter activities, educational programs, golf-and-networking events and public-awareness programs.

Sunice's sponsorship of the Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.-based EWGA includes being recognized as the "Official Rainwear Partner" of the EWGA, as well as a Licensed Vendor of the EWGA in the Member Clubhouse and on the EWGA Shop site. Sunice will also be listed in the EWGA Member Clubhouse's "Marketplace" section—and Sunice rainwear will be on the EWGA Shop site for members to purchase. Sunice will also participate at EWGA-sanctioned events—the EWGA Championship, National Conference, Match Play Cup Finals, Foundation Fundraiser and EWGA Fun Days.

"Sunice is looking forward to our partnership with EWGA as a licensed vendor and the Official Rainwear Partner of the organization," says Howie Ellis, Executive Vice President of Sunice, Canada's No. 1 outerwear brand. "One important focus of our growth strategy is to align our brand with the key influencers in our sport, and certainly the EWGA represents the most influential and dedicated group of amateur women golfers in the country today."

Committed to delivering top-quality actionwear, Sunice is owned by The Fletcher Leisure Group of Canada. Sunice is a performance-enhancing golf and ski outerwear brand that uses advanced technologies, fabrics and manufacturing methods.

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