JAG-ONE Physical Therapy extends New Jersey Devils partnership

Will focus on working with local youth and collaborate on community relations initiatives

JAG-ONE Physical Therapy on Monday said it renewed its partnership with the New Jersey Devils and Prudential Center after over 10 years of great success.

The partnership will focus on a new opportunity to sponsor the Youth Hockey Marquee Matchup presented by JAG-ONE Physical Therapy program, as well as focus on community relations initiatives.

Through the partnership, JAG-ONE Physical Therapy will work with the local community and youth to provide opportunities in hockey. JAG-ONE, together with the Devils, will organize youth hockey matchups that will happen in between periods at selected games.

JAG-ONE Physical Therapy has the privilege of collaborating on team selection that will play in the matchups, providing them with 50 tickets to each game. Each team will also receive co-branded jerseys for all of the hockey players.

JAG-ONE Physical Therapy will also be featured in signage with the New Jersey Devils at all home games and other ticketed events such as concerts, family shows and more.

“Our longstanding partnership with the Prudential Center and the New Jersey Devils perfectly aligns with our commitment to the local community and supporting youth athletics programs within our catchment areas. We are so proud of the opportunity to provide such amazing experiences, opportunities and more for all ages,” John Gallucci Jr., CEO of JAG-ONE Physical Therapy, said. “Our partnership allows our talented team to work with an amazing athletic program that shares all that we value.”

“We’re excited to continue our partnership with JAG-ONE Physical Therapy, who put an emphasis on working with the local community and youth in New Jersey,” Chad Biggs, senior vice president, corporate partnerships activation, New Jersey Devils & Prudential Center, said. “We are proud to help create and provide such memorable experiences to youth hockey organizations and families throughout New Jersey with activations, tickets and access.”