Pacers Name First Jersey Patch Partner

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The Indiana Pacers and Motorola have announced a new multi-year partnership. The Midwest-based mobile company will become the team’s first-ever jersey patch partner, debuting the patches tonight at Banker’s Life Fieldhouse. 

The Motorola patch will sit on the front left shoulder of the Pacers regular-season and post-season jerseys and will feature the company’s logo in Pacers colors. 

As part of the partnership agreement, Motorola will also become the presenting sponsor of the Pacers official team app. The partnership will also include in-arena, digital and social media advertising.     

"All of us at Motorola are thrilled to see our iconic brand join forces with an iconic team, the Indiana Pacers," said Rudi Kalil, vice president and general manager, North America at Motorola. "Now as the Pacers first-ever jersey patch partner, Motorola joins an organization whose combination of teamwork, passion and drive to continuously improve, has led them to tremendous success. This same championship formula is one we put into play at Motorola every day to win with our products, customers and employees, and is what makes this partnership so exciting."

As a result of this partnership, the Pacers will become the 29th NBA team to announce a jersey patch partner.

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