SAINT JOHN, NB, April 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ - Irving Oil is proud to announce a new partnership with the Boston Red Sox. Like Irving Oil, the Boston Red Sox have a long and proud history in New England with strong ties to the community, and this partnership is a natural fit.
"We are excited about this partnership," said Tyler McLaughlin, Irving Oil Director of Sales and Operations for New England. "The Red Sox are the pride of New England and we are proud to support the 'Red Sox Nation' by teaming up with this legendary sports club."
"With this partnership we look forward to providing more opportunities for fans, neighbors and our customers in New England," said Sarah Irving, Director of Brand and Marketing for Irving Oil. "We all look forward to cheering on the Red Sox this season."
Promotions featuring the Boston Red Sox will soon be visible at Irving Oil locations across the region and will include opportunities to win Boston Red Sox tickets and Red Sox Destination packages, which brings fans to Fenway Park from across the country and around the world for a behind-the-scenes VIP experience at Fenway Park.
"We are thrilled to partner with Irving Oil," said Red Sox Senior Vice President of Corporate Partnerships Troup Parkinson. "The company's focus on philanthropy and creating strong relationships in the community are values we admire and are committed to realizing in neighborhoods and communities throughout New England. We look forward to working with them throughout the 2015 season."
About Irving Oil
Irving Oil was founded in 1924 and is a privately owned regional refining and marketing company with a history of long-term partnerships and relationships. Irving Oil operates Canada's largest refinery, in Saint John NB, which is located 65 miles north of the US border and has reached production rates in excess of 320,000 barrels per day. With over 900 fueling locations, operations from eight distribution terminals, and a delivery fleet of tractortrailers, Irving Oil serves wholesale, commercial, and retail customers in Atlantic Canada, Quebec, and New England.
SOURCE Irving Oil