05/13/2016 2:08 PM
BRAMPTON – The Brampton Beast are pleased to announce the launch of a new game-worn memorabilia program designed to give fans the opportunity to own an authentic piece of the Brampton Beast.
The Beast will be selling a variety of game-worn items under the name ‘Beast Authentics’.
Such items that will be available for purchase include goal-scored pucks from the 2015-16 ECHL season, game-worn jerseys from both the 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons and team-used equipment from all three years, such as gloves, sticks, socks and pants.
A wide variety of unique and one-of-a-kind items will be made available on an ongoing basis, including rare specialty jerseys, team-issued new and unused equipment as well as special event memorabilia, including unique items from last season’s exhibition game against the National Ice Hockey Team of India.
A ‘Beast Authentics’ Certificate of Authenticity, guaranteeing the legitimacy of your unique Beast collectable, will accompany all game-used and team-issued items.
To kick off the launch of this exciting new memorabilia program, the Beast have listed several high-profile items on the club’s eBay auction site, including goal-scored pucks from some of the top-scoring players from the 2015-16 ECHL regular season as well as the Kelly Cup playoffs.
Also included is a selection of game-used goalie sticks from a variety of Beast goaltenders from this season, including Eddie Pasquale, Trevor Cann, Bryan Pitton, Jordan Ruby and Kenny Reiter,
Highlighting the Beast Authentics memorabilia auction is a pair of game-worn white Brampton Beast jerseys from the 2015-16 ECHL season, including Montreal Canadiens draft pick Dalton Thrower and defenseman Josiah Didier, who was named the Hardest Working Player for the Beast’s AHL affiliate, the St. John’s IceCaps.
A link to the ‘Beast Authentics’ Memorabilia Auction can be found HERE.
A complete list of remaining inventory available for sale is available HERE.
To inquire about the ‘Beast Authentics’ auction or any of the other ‘Beast Authentics’ items that are available for sale, please contact Chris Ballard at 905-564-1684 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.