Thursday, September 19, 2013

MetroTech purchases naming rights to Shanarena for next 20 years

MetroTech purchases naming rights to Shanarena for next 20 years

By Sakura Honda
The Daily Magi
July 1, 2053


MetroTech, the largest telecommunications and electronics company in Canada and a pioneer in nanotechnology, announced today at a press conference at Shanarena that effective immediately, the home of Magi and Puella Magi ice hockey will be renamed as the MetroTech Shanarena as part of a corporate sponsorship agreement that will take place over the next 20 years.

This comes one month after MetroTech signed to a 15-year agreement to be the official telecommunications partner of Mitakihara University Athletics. MetroTech corporate offices are based in Mitakihara Town, with regional/global offices and manufacturing plants on six different continents. 

MetroTech founder/President and CEO Helmut Hale is the father of Mitakihara Magi freshman cornerback Gareth Hale, a.k.a. Gir Todafunk, and was excited at the new naming rights agreement that took place today.

"We at MetroTech are excited to be on this wonderful journey with Mitakihara University," Hale said as the new signs were unveiled outside the arena. "We are on the cutting edge of providing telecommunications solutions for the home, for the office, for schools, and for every company or organization. We believe that if you can't reach out to the ones you love, or you can't get the job done, you aren't taking advantage of the MetroTech difference.

"We love ice hockey. It's in our blood. We love winning. It's in our blood, too. And with MetroTech taking a huge stake in the Magi and Puella Magi ice hockey programs, we are certain that this university will be successful in bringing more NCAA Division I Championships to Canada. You cannot imagine how pleased we are in Mitakihara University integrating our products and solutions.

"This is a journey that will have its challenges, but also have its rewards. We are proud to be all in for Madoka."

Also, as part of the deal, throughout every college football season that he playing in, Todafunk will publish special weekly columns for The Daily Magi, the university's award-winning student newspaper, as well as its Mitakihara Magi Football Blog on MitakiharaMagi.com.

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