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Hockey club Ambri-Piotta selects HeiQ Viroblock face masks

29
Sep '20
Pic: HeiQ
Pic: HeiQ
The Hockey Club Ambrì-Piotta (HCAP) has selected HeiQ Viroblock protective face masks for the upcoming reopening of hockey stadiums in Switzerland. HeiQ is a global leader in textile innovation, creating some of the most effective, durable, and high- performance textile technologies on the market today. The company is headquartered in Switzerland.

HeiQ Viroblock is one of the world’s most efficient and effective antiviral/antimicrobial technologies and has been applied to at least one billion masks worldwide to date. With this gesture, HeiQ underlines its support not just of the sports industry but of the public safety, providing fans the opportunity to enjoy their favourite games safely, and comfortably, according to HeiQ.

The HeiQ Viroblock face masks illustrated here have been designed for HCAP team members, and only a limited number are available for sale in the HeiQ online shop. From September 28, 2020, HCAP-HeiQ Viroblock co-branded masks will go on sale in the HCAP online shop, with all profit going to HCAP, contributing to keep one of Switzerland’s most resilient and iconic Sports Clubs in the game. Season ticket holders will receive free masks.

“Having played ice hockey as a teenager and experienced both the fun and hard work that goes into becoming a top-class player, I cannot be prouder to support our historic club HCAP. We hope our contribution plays a role in helping the sport move forward with all participants enjoying a feeling of security with the new normal,” HeiQ Group CEO Carlo Centonze said.

“Flexibility, agility, and perseverance are the buzz words today, and for us at HCAP, we are ready to face and overcome the hurdles posed by the current situation. Especially now that we are armed with HeiQ protection, we enter the new season with confidence to fight for our fans and give them a memorable season on the ice,” HCAP CEO Nicola Mona said.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (GK)

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