Arpin Van Lines Renews its Sponsorship with the LPGAFebruary 01, 2018
Arpin Van Lines has renewed its 24-year sponsorship with the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) to provide its members with moving services.
“This longtime partnership has served both of us well. We are pleased to continue working with such a fine organization as the LPGA,” said Bob Sullivan, senior vice president of corporate accounts for Arpin Group.
Arpin Van Lines first contracted with the LPGA as a sponsor in 1994 to provide its members with moving services. In 1999, Arpin Van Lines became the “Official Mover of the LPGA.”
As the LPGA’s official mover, Arpin Van Lines’ multi-tiered sponsorship includes online advertising, as well as corporate hospitality opportunities at select events throughout the season.
Arpin offers members of the LPGA family, its sponsors, and licensees a special package of competitively priced relocation services for domestic and international moves.
Arpin also provides transportation equipment for the Smucker’s LPGA Child Development Center, a high-quality learning environment provided on tour. In addition, Arpin will sponsor the LPGA Sports Medicine Trailer, a 48-foot state-of-the-art mobile sports medicine facility that provides rehabilitative and preventive care for LPGA Tour members, as well as participate in special events such as women’s golf clinics.
“Sponsoring the Child Development Center and Sports Medicine Trailer wasn’t something we had to do, it was something we wanted to do. We want to show we care about people, not just moving their things,” Sullivan said.
Cathy Levering, director of corporate partnerships for the LPGA Tour, was happy to see the longtime partnership extended.
“Arpin Van Lines has provided the LPGA with reliable and efficient moving services for more than two decades. I don’t know what we would do without them,” she said. “Their sponsorship of the Child Development Center and Sports Medicine Trailer is a bonus that shows the company cares about the tour, our athletes and their children.”
The LPGA is one of the longest-running women’s professional associations in the world. Since 1950, the organization has grown from its roots as a playing tour into a global nonprofit involved in every facet of golf.