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Ducks Announce Fan Loyalty Ring Program

by Staff Writer / Anaheim Ducks

The Anaheim Ducks have announced a fan loyalty ring program in partnership with the Herff Jones Company of Indianapolis, Indiana that will allow fans to purchase commemorative 2007 Stanley Cup Championship rings, along with commemorative jewelry and limited edition-numbered coins celebrating the team’s championship season.

“The ring program is the perfect opportunity for Ducks fans to share in the celebration of the 2007 Stanley Cup Championship,” said Anaheim Ducks Executive VP/COO and Anaheim Arena Management President/CEO Tim Ryan. “In addition to its impressive look, the commemorative ring is a tremendous keepsake fans can be proud of.” 

Steve Forell of the Herff Jones Company was selected by Anaheim Ducks owners Henry and Susan Samueli to design and manufacture the club’s 2007 Stanley Cup Championship rings. The rings were produced in the company’s Warwick, Rhode Island facility and will be presented to the Ducks as part of a private ceremony prior to the club’s home opener on Oct. 10 vs. the Boston Bruins (7:05 p.m.).

Fans can share in the excitement by owning an Anaheim Ducks fan version of the 2007 Stanley Cup ring, which will be available for purchase on Oct. 10 at Honda Center. That night, Ducks fans will have the opportunity to view the complete selection of jewelry items with designs featuring great moments from the team’s 2006-07 season at Honda Center.

Forell, a 30-year veteran of the championship ring industry, has created rings for the Los Angeles Dodgers, the University of California Los Angeles, the University of Southern California and the Titans of California State University at Fullerton.

Herff Jones is an employee-owned company with over 3,500 employees in 17 facilities across the United States. Herff Jones Inc. has previously produced Super Bowl Championship rings for the Indianapolis Colts, National Championship rings for the University of Florida football team and rings for the winners of the Daytona 500.


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