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Toronto Maple Leafs ink first jersey patch deal with Dairy Farmers of Ontario
The Toronto Maple Leafs' jerseys will feature the Dairy Farmers of Ontario (DFO) ‘Milk’ logo on the team’s sweater from the start of the 2022/23 season in a multi-year deal.
The Leafs have become the National Hockey League’s (NHL) tenth team to secure a jersey patch sponsor.
Cheryl Smith, DFO chief executive, said that placing their ‘Milk’ logo on the Leafs’ sweaters is a symbol of their shared commitment to nourish healthy communities, and of milk’s role in building strong bodies and healthy lives.
Jordan Vader, senior vice president of global partnerships at Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment (MLSE), owner of the Leafs, said that given their pride in their partnership with DFO, and the immense benefits of milk to both elite and everyday athletes, it’s a perfect fit to see the DFO milk logo on their blue-and-white sweaters.
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