New York – National Hockey League (NHL).®) today announced a new Canadian partnership, called Tylenol® The official pain, cold and flu symptom relief partner of the NHL.
The new partnership provides Tylenol®the Kenvue brand, with a set of exclusive marketing rights and labels that will connect the brand with the NHL and its fans through the NHL's extensive marketing, digital and social media channels.
The partnership will be visible in various ways at the 2024 Hyundai NHL Fan Fair™ and the 2024 Rogers (Canada)/Honda (US) NHL All Star Game in Toronto, with on-site television and digital activations to engage fans, and will be visible during the Stanley Cup® Playoffs.
“We are pleased to welcome Tylenol®“, an iconic global brand of the NHL family, so we can work together to build creative programming to engage fans and consumers in Canada.” Chris Falkiner, NHL Vice President of Business Development Solutions. “We look forward to launching our efforts together and developing new, unique content that deepens NHL fans’ affinity for Tylenol.”®“.
“We know that watching, playing and enjoying sports is an integral part of Canadian culture, and many Canadians find themselves unable to exercise or be physically active due to pain or cold and flu symptoms,” he says. Andrew Kalmock, Vice President, Consumer Demand Generation, Kenvue. “Having Tylenol® As the official pain, cold and flu symptom relief partner of the NHL, it's a way to show Canadians that there are fast, effective and reliable solutions to relieve symptoms and help you get back to the sport you love.
To further engage fans and consumers, Tylenol was used® The NHL “Score Against Pain” brand campaign will be featured on in-store retail displays across Canada and on NHL digital platforms.
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Tylenol® Offers Canadian consumers a range of products to provide temporary relief of pain, fever and other cough, cold and flu symptoms. To check for any Tylenol® The product is right for you, always read and follow the label.
*Andrew Kalmuk is an employee of Johnson & Johnson Inc., a Kenvue company.
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