Oct 272011



October 24, 2011 – Swedesboro NJ

Valken has put paintball back in to millions of homes via their commercial featuring top players using the latest gear.

The 30 second spot shown on Versus/NBC Sports highlights some of Valken distributed items such as Redemption, Crusade, Sly, Bob Long Markers, Ninja, Guerrilla Air, Stiffi and Planet Eclipse, to name a few.

Valken President and CEO, Gino Postorivo said, “We are committed to getting players, at all levels and formats, out on the field. Valken is premier supplier who can now provide their network of dealers with the marketing tools, equipment and support needed to grow not only the sport, but their businesses”.

To view the commercial, please go to http://youtu.be/5DdyRZKbyd4

“Valken has branched out and has become the sponsor of the #U7,  H1 Unlimited Hydroplane boat, part of the Air National Guard Unlimited Hydroplane  Series, taking the Valken name not only around the United States, but around the world”, added Postorivo”.

Be sure to watch the Versus/NBC Sports broadcast of the H1-Unlimited Hydroplane races and root for the #7 Valken boat!   Check out the H1 U7 boat on the Valken Sports and H1 Facebook pages.   To see a bit of the H1 action, go to  http://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/hydroplanes-return-to-washington/2011/09/24/gIQAYoRKtK_video.html

For more information on Valken Sports, or to become part of their dealer network, email Debbie@valken.com.

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  One Response to “Valken airs Paintball Commercial”

  1. I think the big name Paintball companies need to do this sort of thing in prime time spots on tv. Yes, it could get expensive but I believe it would spark enough interest to allow our sport to grow. We need to bring more people into the world of Paintball so they can see what it is we do, and how we do it. From Speedball to Woodsball, those on the outside simply don’t know what they’re missing. Tippmann and Valken have both created great commercials. Now they need to get it into everyone’s house. I’ve yet to see a Paintball commercial air in Canada and I would like to see that changed. Angel out.

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