Army Black Knights Inks New Corporate Sponsor

May 16, 2013

Army Black Knights, the athletics team of the United States Military Academy, have announced Tommy Moloney has joined as a corporate sponsor.

The first-ever, three-year marketing and sponsorship agreement between the Black Knights and Tommy Moloney ‘s provides unprecedented exposure for a company that, literally, brings from the farm to the plate, some of the finest cuisine and distinctive food products that Army’s fans, campus community, alumni and cadet-athletes have ever enjoyed. The quality of Tommy Moloney ‘s products is second to none and the savory taste adds real flavor to any meal. Chefs and lovers of fine food have found Tommy Moloney ‘s culinary team to be a great source of fresh ideas that provide a unique dining experience.

“It is a tremendous honor for our company to be a partner with West Point and Army Athletics,” said Earle Mulrane , Vice President of Tommy Moloney ‘s Inc. “To further enhance the West Point Game Day experience with our top quality products, and once again be pointing the way to victory on the Army Athletics fields, is truly an exciting opportunity.”

The partnership officially kicks off July 1, 2013, allowing Tommy Moloney ‘s first integration to coincide with the 2013-14 Army football season. The company has an inherent affinity with the Black Knights as its Vice President, Earle Mulrane , is a 1980West Point graduate and former starting quarterback.

The corporate partnership will provide Tommy Moloney ‘s numerous benefits that include various levels of radio exposure during football, hockey and men’s and women’s basketball seasons; hospitality; use of Army’s marks and logos; visibility on Black Knights Alley and in-venue signage at Michie Stadium, Tate Rink and Christl Arena . Army Sports Properties is a property of Learfield Sports, which also oversees every aspect of the Army Sports Network, including securing talent and all radio affiliates.

“We’re thrilled Tommy Moloney ‘s is partnering with the Black Knights,” said Mike McCollum , general manager for Army Sports Properties. “The connection with Earle and his past accomplishments as starting QB and a cadet-athlete make this a special relationship for us, and we look forward to working with the entire company to maximize its presence among Army Athletics overthe next three years.”