Moncton, New Brunswick – Football New Brunswick is proud to announce a partnership agreement with Wabanaki Maple as a proud sponsor of women and girls football development. One of Football New Brunswick’s priorities is to grow the women’s side of the game through player and coach development.
Wabanki Maple, is 100% Indigenous female-owned and located on Neqotuk (Tobique First Nation), led by Jolene Laskey, CEO and Founder this partnership aligns perfectly as we look to break down barriers in male dominated spaces to grow women and girls football.
Wabanki Maple will be a prominent brand associated with all our women and girls programs in 2023 including our new Women’s Coach Development Program, which will open up opportunities for all women looking to get involved with coaching and leadership development (more details to be released this week).
“FNB is excited to have Wabanaki Maple as a partner promoting an area of the game that is so important to us. We can’t wait to get started as we look to announce big plans for 2023”, says Josh Harris, the Executive Director of Football New Brunswick.
“Wabanaki Maple is excited to partner with Football NB and their women programs. Being a part of this impressive program that Football NB is building towards their Women program is the perfect fit for Wabanaki Maple. We are ecstatic that we can provide support to this program with our premium maple syrup to this Premium program that Football NB has.” Says Peter Davis, Business Development Lead at Wabanaki Maple.
Wabanaki Maple is inspired by their roots bringing authentic Indigenous maple syrup to people across Canada in both retail spaces and online. Visit www.wabanakimaple.com/ to learn more about their amazing products.
FNB looks forward to delivering on this partnership and growing the game of football for women and girls everywhere.