Southern New Hampshire University partners with Boston Breakers (April 24, 2017) – The Boston Breakers announced today a partnership with Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU), a private, non-profit university, to provide educational opportunities for players, staff, current SNHU students, and the greater Boston community. The partnership makes SNHU the official Higher Education Partner of the Boston Breakers, and is the University’s first-ever partnership with a professional women’s sports team.
Bud Light signs deal with Boston Breakers “This is an exciting partnership for us as we look to tap into the 21 to 30-year-old age group,” Boston Breakers general manager Lee Billiard said. “With Bud Light’s knowledge and promotion to that crowd, we hope to see a greater awareness of our team along with an increase in attendance of that specific demographic. Bud Light will also be promoting us during their own weekly activations, which is huge exposure for us. It's going to be an exciting partnership.”
Boston Ski and Sports Club sponsors Boston Breakers Founded in 1967, Boston Ski & Sports Club (BSSC) is a member-based organization that provides thousands of sports leagues, social events, ski trips, and adventure travel all year round for more than 45,000 socially active professionals throughout the Greater Boston area.
Rockland Trust partners with Boston Breakers (April 3, 2014) - The Boston Breakers announced today a partnership with Rockland Trust. The Massachusetts-based bank is a 2014 season sponsor and the official sponsor of the Boston Breakers Development Program. The aim of this Development Program is to educate players and coaches at the grassroots level, providing them with the expert instruction and attention needed to perfect their soccer abilities.
Dependable Cleaners partners with Boston Breakers Dependable Cleaners will also launch the “Dependable Play of the Game,” where fans can visit its Facebook page and vote on the Breakers’ play of the game after each game. Videos of various plays will be posted 24 to 48 hours post-game.The article you requested has been archived