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OFSAA Enters Partnership With Mizuno

Apr 7, 2020 | Uncategorized

April 7, 2020

OFSAA and Mizuno are pleased to announce a new three-year partnership that will see the company serve as the provider of official baseballs of Ontario high school baseball. The new agreement introduces Mizuno’s MB380 baseball. 

Director of Sales and Marketing with Mizuno Canada, Dave Bartlett stated, “We at Mizuno Canada have always prided ourselves on building relationships from a grassroots level and we couldn’t be happier to get this deal done. When we decided to enter the North American ball market, we made a list of the top partnerships we wanted to create and OFSAA was one of our top targets.”

OFSAA Executive Director Doug Gellatly said, “We are excited to begin this partnership with Mizuno. We are certain that the MB380 baseball will have a significant and positive impact on the quality of play throughout our future baseball championships. We are grateful for Mizuno’s support.”

About Mizuno

For all who participate and believe in the value of sports, we are a brand that offers superior sporting goods designed to bring happiness and joy to all through the power of sports. We know that playing sports is a journey, and we’re committed to crafting the high-quality products you need throughout that journey – regardless of who you are, which sport you love and at what level you play.

At Mizuno, we’re passionate about sports, and we’ll always strive to help you find your inspiration – just as we have for over 100 years.

REACH BEYOND expresses our strong held desire to constantly push forward.

For more information, please visit Mizuno’s website here.

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