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Finalists announced for 2023-24 Team Awards presented by SponsorCX

Thursday, June 6th
Finalists announced for 2023-24 Team Awards presented by SponsorCX

The ECHL announced today the finalists for the 2023-24 Team Awards, presented by SponsorCX, which will be presented at the 2024 ECHL Hockey Summer Meetings in Las Vegas on Wednesday, June 26. The presentation will also be available for streaming on the ECHL Facebook page at 7 p.m. ET on June 26.
 
The annual ECHL Team Awards honor teams and individuals in several categories for their accomplishments during the 2023-24 Season. The awards and finalists are: 

Community Service Team of the YearMarketing Team of the YearMost Creative Revenue Generation of the Year
Cincinnati CyclonesAllen AmericansGreenville Swamp Rabbits – 5th Line Club
Florida EverbladesJacksonville IcemenJacksonville Icemen – Sports Hall of Fame
Kalamazoo WingsOrlando Solar BearsToledo Walleye – Nugget Gate
South Carolina StingraysToledo WalleyeUtah Grizzlies – Grizz Fights Cancer
Worcester RailersWheeling NailersWheeling Nailers – Forge the Future
   
Most Creative Ticket Package of the YearTheme Night of the YearInclusive Spirit Award
Indy Fuel – Father’s Day 4 PackGreenville Swamp Rabbits – Glow NightCincinnati Cyclones
Kalamazoo Wings – Business Insider PackageIdaho Steelheads – Heart HeroesKalamazoo Wings
Rapid City Rush – Lightsaber PackageSavannah Ghost Pirates – Golden GhostsRapid City Rush
South Carolina Stingrays – Flash SalesUtah Grizzlies – Guns n HosesSouth Carolina Stingrays
Toledo Walleye – Walleye WeddingWichita Thunder – Bluey NightTulsa Oilers
   
Broadcaster of the YearJoe Babik Award - Media/PR Director of the YearCorporate Partnership Professional of the Year
Rob Lippolis, AdirondackDana Grey, CincinnatiTadd Sipowicz, Adirondack
David Fine, IowaShane Albahrani, Fort WayneJosh Testin, Fort Wayne
Michael Keeley, MaineCam McGuire, IdahoMike DiPalma, Idaho
Weston DeWitt, NorfolkChris Cadeau, KalamazooGeorgia Veatch, Rapid City
Cristiano Simonetta, SavannahJason Mals, WichitaMario Picciotto, South Carolina
  Thomas Townley, Toledo
   
Corporate Partnership Team of the YearSpecialty Jersey of the YearGame Operations Team of the Year
Fort Wayne KometsAdirondack Thunder – Country JerseyAdirondack Thunder
Idaho SteelheadsCincinnati Cyclones – ScoopsCincinnati Cyclones
Jacksonville IcemenKalamazoo Wings – Deaf AwarenessGreenville Swamp Rabbits
Kansas City MavericksMaine Mariners – Lewiston StrongIndy Fuel
Savannah Ghost PiratesRapid City Rush – Military AwarenessKalamazoo Wings
South Carolina StingraysToledo Walleye – Rock the RinkReading Royals
  Savannah Ghost Pirates
   
Ticket Sales Professional of the YearTicket Sales Rookie of the YearProlific 1 Ticket Department of the Year – Aggregate
Nathan Reed, CincinnatiAlex Bennett, AtlantaCincinnati Cyclones
Ben Pulley, IndyLindsay Plymale, CincinnatiFlorida Everblades
Cavan Weggler, MaineLogan Woolcock, NorfolkIndy Fuel
Casey Christensen, NorfolkMakayla Stinson, South CarolinaJacksonville Icemen
Alex Lasky, Rapid CityRyan Ashley, ToledoSavannah Ghost Pirates
Griffin Burgman, SavannahTeeghan Turner, UtahToledo Walleye
Maddie Recker, ToledoMax Fiedorczyk, Wheeling 
   
Prolific 1 Ticket Department of the Year – YOY GrowthGroup Department of the Year – AggregateGroup Department of the Year – YOY Growth
Adirondack ThunderCincinnati CyclonesAtlanta Gladiators
Greenville Swamp RabbitsFlorida EverbladesGreenville Swamp Rabbits
Maine MarinersIndy FuelKalamazoo Wings
Norfolk AdmiralsJacksonville IcemenNorfolk Admirals
South Carolina StingraysOrlando Solar BearsUtah Grizzlies
Utah GrizzliesToledo Walleye 
   
Rising Star AwardTeam Award of Excellence 
Adirondack ThunderFlorida Everblades 
Atlanta GladiatorsIndy Fuel 
Greenville Swamp RabbitsJacksonville Icemen 
Norfolk AdmiralsSavannah Ghost Pirates 
Utah GrizzliesToledo Walleye 

 
About the ECHL
 
Formed in 1988-89 with five teams in four states, the ECHL has grown into a coast-to-coast league with 27 teams in 20 states and one Canadian province for its 36th season in 2023-24. There have been 752 players who have gone on to play in the National Hockey League after starting their careers in the ECHL, including 12 who have made their NHL debuts in the 2023-24 season. The ECHL has affiliations with 28 of the 32 NHL teams in 2023-24, marking the 27th consecutive season that the league has affiliations with at least 20 teams in the NHL. Further information on the ECHL is available on its website at ECHL.com.
 
About SponsorCX
 
SponsorCX is a leader in sponsorship management within the sports, entertainment, causes, arts, and events industries. It is a complete sponsorship management tool to assist in managing sales, fulfillment, and inventory to maximize sponsorship revenue. The company was founded in 2020, and continues to grow rapidly as the newest and most innovative sponsorship software solution in the industry. Learn more at sponsorcx.com.
 

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