Oct 25, 2010 at 01:16 PM
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Marquis Jet Scores Squash Sponsorship

The College Squash Association (CSA), the governing body for men’s and women’s intercollegiate squash in the United States, and Marquis Jet have agreed to a fifteen-month sponsorship agreement. The activation will be aimed at raising awareness of the Marquis Jet Card program — NetJets 25 hours at a time program.

In recent years, intercollegiate squash has grown outside of the Northeast to include approximately 60 men’s and 40 women’s teams throughout the United States.

“Successful intercollegiate squash players combine technical skill, maximum effort, and strategy on a daily basis,” said Shona Kerr, the CSA women’s president. “Those qualities of excellence are also embodied by Marquis Jet.”

According to Marquis Jet’s Chief Marketing Officer Randy Brandoff, “Marquis Jet is excited to support these terrific student athletes and the continued U.S. growth of this exciting, global game. The Marquis Jet Card program is a very effective tool to enable the parents and relatives of these competitors to travel to and from the Individual and Team Championships in comfort and safety, while maximizing and retaining control of their demanding schedules.”

Marquis Jet will have a presence at the Women’s National Team Championships – Howe Cup (February 18th – 21st, hosted by Princeton University), the Men’s National Team Championships (February 25th – 27th, hosted by Harvard University), and the Individual Championships (March 4th – 6th, hosted by Dartmouth College).

“College Squash is thrilled to have Marquis Jet join us as one of our corporate sponsors,” states Bob Callahan, the CSA men’s president. “They are a world-class company committed to exceptional service and we look forward to working with them for years to come.”