LOS ANGELES – The L.A. Clippers and L.A-based technology company Honey have entered into a multi-year partnership that begins today with the renaming of the newly-renovated “Honey Training Center: Home of the L.A. Clippers.” The Clippers recently completed full-scale renovations of the team’s training center which provided the platform for Honey to launch its partnership with the Clippers and underscore its commitment to Los Angeles.
“L.A. is home for Honey. The company was founded here and we’re currently building out our new headquarters in the Arts District,” said Honey co-founder and CEO George Ruan. “We’re deeply invested in the success of this city and we are proud to be partnering with the L.A. Clippers, because of their commitment to making a positive impact on L.A.”
“We wanted to partner with a team that aligned with how we think about building a brand and a company,” added Honey President Joanne Bradford, “We’re two like-minded organizations that share the same belief that if you stay hungry and work hard, you can win.”
Honey is on a mission to make the world more financially fair. Its 10+ million members worldwide use its suite of free tools daily to save time and money when shopping online.
“We are proud to reveal the Honey Training Center, our renovated facility that represents the hard work and determination that drives our players every day. Just like Honey, the Clippers are committed to making L.A. a better place by putting our fans first and working hard for each and every one of them,” said Clippers President of Business Operations Gillian Zucker.
Renovations to the Honey Training Center: Include a completely renovated player’s locker room, increasing the size of the weight and performance room by 25 percent, and new state-of-the-art equipment for everything from the weight room to the media center, which provides the team and coaching staff with every possible amenity to help them plan and prepare for games.