Pegula Sports & Entertainment today welcomes Austin Air Systems as the Official Clean Air Provider of the Buffalo Bills and Buffalo Sabres. Austin’s air purifying systems, clinically proven to remove pollutants, are now improving the quality of air inside the Bills and Sabres team facilities.
“Austin Air Systems are now protecting the air that our players, coaches and staff breathe in during their workday,” said Dan Misko, Pegula Sports & Entertainment’s Sr. Vice President of Business Development. “Austin Air has been protecting organizations like ours for the last 30 years and we are proud to have them as the Official Clean Providers of the Bills and Sabres.”
In addition to providing their technology to the Bills’ ADPRO Sports Training Center and Sabres’ KeyBank Center, Austin Air will be providing their air purification systems to Bills and Sabres players and staff to improve air quality at home. It is well documented that clean air improves athletic performance. Austin Air branding will be prominently featured via ice-level signage assets during Sabres home games at KeyBank Center.
“We are proud to announce the partnership between the Buffalo Bills, the Buffalo Sabres and Austin Air Systems,” said Richard Taylor Founder, CEO Austin Air Systems. “Austin produces the highest quality air cleaners around the world right here in Buffalo. We know clean air impacts performance and quality of life. We are excited for the players and staff to experience the benefits of clean air with Austin, America’s air cleaner.”
Austin Air has been the world’s most successful air cleaning system for 30 years. The proprietary air cleaning and air circulating system has been reducing the risk of respiratory infection and chemical poisoning for over three decades. Austin Air purifiers have been used by the EPA, Red Cross and FEMA during the worst air quality crises in America. Currently, Austin Air purifiers are deployed in over 100,000 classrooms throughout the United States and Canada reducing the risk of COVID-19 and other respiratory infections. To learn more please visit austinair.com