EcoPoxy proudly sponsors a number of events and individuals each year, many of which are focused on innovative technology. Please see below for some of our most recent sponsorships.
As part of our mission to continue to create innovative products and inspire new project ideas, EcoPoxy also offers sponsorship opportunities to Educational Facilities. If you would like more information, please contact us.
Proudly sponsoring Team Howard at the Dekalb SuperSpiel being held January 29 - February 1, 2021 in Morris, Manitoba.
We proudly sponsor the school's woodworking class that enables students to learn a trade and work with their hands. This pictured paddleboard was created for Richard Branson and the class has since been commissioned to create paddleboards for other popular figures. As quoted from the woodworking teacher: "Thanks again for your support of my program! Donations like yours is why we are able to do what we do."
As EcoPoxy continues to innovate the industry by offering bio-based epoxies, what the engineering students are doing at U of Alberta is close to our hearts. Thank you to U of Alberta for being part of the solution as you strive to move the world away from using fossil fuels and closer to zero emissions with innovative solutions in the transportation sector.
EcoPoxy supports the Aerospace industry and is proud to be a sponsor of Harv’s Air Inverted, a local flight school and aviation company. EcoPoxy's sponsorship brings attention to this market segment. Be sure to check them out on social media.
Team Howard is a Regina based curling team who will be representing Saskatchewan at the 2021 Tim Horton’s Brier in Kamloops BC. Alongside coaching them is 2 time Brier Champion and Olympic Gold Medalist, Russ Howard. We love supporting local groups and enabling them to pursue greatness.
To help raise funding for Canadian athlete, Hayley Daniels, journey to the Tokyo 2021 Olympic Summer Games, EcoPoxy supplied product to Ian Boyd to create a beautiful river table to be auctioned off. We wish her all the best as she represents Canada.