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America II Announces Partnership with the Tampa Bay Lightning

St. Petersburg, Fla. (PRWeb) — America II Electronics, Inc., one of the world’s largest distributors of semiconductors and electronic components, announced that the company will be an official partner of the Tampa Bay Lightning.

“America II was founded right here in the Tampa Bay area over 25 years ago, and we have an ongoing commitment to support our local community,” said Michael Galinski, CEO and founder of America II Electronics. “So we’re extremely excited to partner with the Tampa Bay Lightning. They’re simply a world-class organization with an incredible vision for success, while also making it a priority to give back to our community. We’re proud to support the Lightning and look forward to a long-lasting partnership with them.”

“We are pleased that America II has elected to partner with the Tampa Bay Lightning,” said Steve Griggs, President of the Lightning and Amalie Arena. “Since Jeff Vinik purchased the franchise in 2010, we have looked to align ourselves with companies that share our vision and values off the ice, and America II is emblematic of that. Having been in business in Tampa Bay for more than 20 years represents America II’s stability and commitment to the Tampa Bay community, and we value that greatly. We welcome America II and its employees to our Lightning family.”

Headquartered in St. Petersburg, Florida, America II Electronics is an active sponsor for many local events. The company is currently the title sponsor for America II Corporate SportsFest and America II Extreme Mud Wars, held on St. Pete Beach and historic Downtown St. Petersburg respectively. In addition, the company was a sponsor of the Bitcoin St. Petersburg Bowl in December.

To learn more, contact America II Electronics at (800) 767-2637 or visit www.americaii.com.

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