Uber signs deal with New Jersey Devils The deal was endorsed by Newark Mayor Ras Baraka, who last year threatened to ticket or tow Uber drivers at Newark Liberty International Airport. Investors Bank Tower at Prudential Center, where Uber users will arrive and depart under the terms of a new deal.(Photo: Patrick Dodson)Story HighlightsNearly 2 million visitors come to the Prudential Center every yearThere will be designated pickup/drop-off area outside entrance at Mulberry Street and Edison Place
Investor's Bank partners with New Jersey Devils The entrance to the Prudential Center on the corner of Mulberry and Edison streets now will be called Investors Bank Tower and will be lit up in green all year round. And there will be significant signage and marketing for the bank throughout the arena and in conjunction with the building and the Devils, too.
East Coast Power & Gas partners with New Jersey Devils NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - October 18, 2016) - East Coast Power & Gas, a premier energy services company, or "ESCO," that provides electricity, natural gas and renewables sources of energy to both commercial and residential customers in New Jersey and New York, announced today that it has partnered with the New Jersey Devils and Prudential Center to become a sponsor and energy supplier for the three-time Stanley Cup Champion hockey team and world-renowned arena in Newark, N.J. The announcement comes on the heels of a large-scale partnership East Coast announced with the 2015 National League Champion New York Mets last summer for their strategic push for additional market share in the greater tri-state region.
Jeep partners with New Jersey Devils AUBURN HILLS, Mich., Oct. 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Jeep® brand named Exclusive Non-luxury Vehicle of Prudential Center and the New Jersey Devils for the 2016-17 National Hockey League seasonJeep brand ad campaign takes over the Prudential Center parking deckJeep Frontier Club showcases the Jeep vehicle lifestyle to hockey fansJeep Experience Zone includes vehicle displays, Jeep On-ice Hockey Challenge with a chance to win a Jeep vehicle, plus Jeep-branded giveaways and more
Barnabas Health signs deal with New Jersey Devils <p>WHAT: The New Jersey Devils, Prudential Center and Barnabas Health will hold a press conference at the arena’s practice facility to announce details of a new Marquee Partnership.<p>WHO: Scott O’Neil, CEO, New Jersey Devils & Prudential Center<p> Barry Ostrowsky, President and CEO, Barnabas Health<p> Keith Veltre, Co-Founder, Hockey in New Jersey<p> Matt Loughlin, Radio Broadcaster & Emcee, New Jersey Devils<p> Devils players Andy Greene, Travis Zajac and Adam Henrique<p> Hockey in New Jersey Youth Participants<p> <p>WHEN: Wednesday, March 16<p> 12 p.m. – Doors Open<p> 1 p.m. – Event Begins<p> <p>WHERE: Prudential Center Practice Facility<p> (Corner of Lafayette St. & Mulberry St.)<p> 25 Lafayette Street<p> Newark, NJ 07102<p>CONTACT: To RSVP and for additional information, please contact:<p>Brian Fisher | 973-757-6227 | email@example.com<p>Justin Edelman | 973-322-4028 | firstname.lastname@example.org Like this: <p>Like Loading...<p> Related