Can-Ice conducts Canadian promotional tour
Florida-based synthetic ice company Can-Ice has signed-on as a participant in Hockey Canada's 100th Anniversary Tour. The company will conduct product demonstrations and promotions at each Canadian city visited by the tour. Can-Ice makes an artificial ice surface designed to allow hockey players and figure skaters to practice while away from a rink.
"Can-Ice is proud to provide a product that shares Hockey Canada's dedication to the development of skills in young hockey enthusiasts," said Can-Ice co-founder Danny Gare. "I remember shooting 500 pucks a day off a waxed piece of plywood at home in Nelson as a boy, trying to develop skills. With Can-Ice, we've come a long way in providing a durable, long-lasting surface for the next generation to practice on."
The company has also constructed a new website at <http://www.can-ice>. The site offers product information, demonstration videos and online ordering.