QUINCY, MA - The Boston Cannons of Major League Lacrosse (MLL) are proud to announce that they will be officially partnering with Sully's Brand, a local company focused on creating Boston sports apparel.
"Sully's is extremely proud to include professional lacrosse fans now that we are formerly announcing our new partnership with the Boston Cannons, founding members of Major League Lacrosse," said Chris Wrenn of Sully's Brand. "We know their fans are extremely passionate and we're looking forward to helping them express their love for the Cannons in a way that only Sully's can."
Sully's Brand will become an official team partner of the Boston Cannons, and they will create a line of Cannons themed apparel in connection with the team. The newly minted apparel will be available at the August 10th game vs. Atlanta at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Quincy.
Pictured here is Sully's founder Chris Wrenn (left) and Boston Cannons President Ian Frenette (right) with a ceremonial 2019 Boston Cannons jersey to acknowledge the partnership.
About the Boston Cannons
The Boston Cannons are a founding member of Major League Lacrosse (MLL) and one of the most recognizable global lacrosse brands. Led by Rob Hale and his ownership team, the Cannons won the 2011 MLL Championship, have eleven playoff appearances and hold a league record with five MLL MVP's over fifteen seasons. Off the field, the Cannons provide a game day experience second to none and annually top the MLL in attendance and partnership engagement. For more information, visit www.bostoncannons.com.
About Sully's Brand
Now in their 20th year as a Boston centric fan-brand, Sully's has been providing New England's sports fans with the apparel and souvenirs needed to voice pride and support for their beloved teams. Born during a frustrating championship drought and maturing during years of historic wins, Sully's has now helped two generations of fans represent their city through the highs and lows with a truly local perspective, while reminding every fan to always Believe In Boston.