PRESS RELEASE: Big Kahuna becomes Title Sponsor for High School Boys Volleyball

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BC High School Boys Volleyball ANNOUNCEMENT:

Big Kahuna Sport Co. will enhance its  strong commitment to Canadian athletics this fall by becoming the title sponsor  for the most significant event in British Columbia boys’ volleyball. The Big Kahuna BC High School Boys Volleyball Championships will be held Nov. 26-29 at the Langley  Events Centre. The four-day event, which features both AA and AAA tournaments, is moving to greater Vancouver after a successful 20-year run in  Kelowna.

We are extremely excited to partner with this great event, Volleyball is an extremely important category for Big  Kahuna, and we are proud to support Canadian amateur athletes in every way  possible.” Big Kahuna’s Craig Preece, Vice President-Marketing.

The company, a Canadian  leader in team and institutional sporting goods, has been a longtime supporter  of numerous college and university teams as well as provincial and national sport organizations. Tournament committee chair Sharon Carter is enthusiastic about the new partnership with Big  Kahuna.
“Big Kahuna has had strong ties to the volleyball community for many years,” Carter said, “and our  tournament committee is excited to have them as our lead  sponsor.”  Headquartered in Surrey, B.C., Big Kahuna Sport Co. has eight locations across the country and  carries equipment and apparel for multiple sports, including volleyball. It also  features a variety of corporate apparel and promotional products. Big Kahuna serves as Adidas Canada’s lead partner for team apparel, uniforms, footwear and accessories and is a preferred dealer to many other major brands.

A total of 36 boys  teams – 20 in AAA and 16 in AA – will participate in the high school volleyball  championships. The two tournaments will run concurrently in adjacent sports  centres at the spacious LEC. The complex is located at 7888 – 200 Street in  Langley, just minutes from Highway 1.

For More  information: or
contact Bob Carter at 778-888-3352

Author: Dean Weiss

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