Maui Sports

Fanatics Partner With EA Sports Maui Invitational

November 8, 2013, 7:59 AM HST
* Updated November 8, 10:15 AM
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This year's EA Sports Maui Invitational tournament will be held at Lahaina Civic Center, Nov. 25-27, featuring host Chaminade University, Arkansas, Baylor, California, Dayton, Gonzaga, Minnesota and Syracuse. File photo by Rodney S. Yap.

This year’s EA Sports Maui Invitational tournament will be held at Lahaina Civic Center, Nov. 25-27, featuring host Chaminade University, Arkansas, Baylor, California, Dayton, Gonzaga, Minnesota and Syracuse. File photo by Rodney S. Yap.

By Maui Now Staff

The EA Sports Maui Invitational today announced a partnership with “Fanatics,” the leading online retailer of officially licensed sports merchandise, to sell tournament apparel in the new online store.

“We are very excited to partner with Fanatics to introduce our new online store,” said Tom Valdiserri, executive vice-president of KemperLesnik, which operates the annual preseason college basketball tournament at the Lahaina Civic Center. “Fans all across the country can now purchase merchandise commemorating their favorite team’s trip to Maui.”

Fans can now purchase school-specific apparel for all teams participating in the 2013 eight-team tournament by visiting www.mauiinvitational.com/merchandise.

The online store includes officially-licensed tournament men’s and women’s t-shirts, men’s long-sleeve shirts and hooded sweatshirts. Merchandise of participating teams will also be in the store.

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The 2013 EA Sports Maui Invitational will be on Nov. 25, 26 and 27. All 12 championship-round games will be broadcast live on the ESPN networks. This year’s field includes host Chaminade University, Arkansas, Baylor, California, Dayton, Gonzaga, Minnesota and Syracuse.

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For more information on the tournament go to www.mauiinvitational.com.

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