Enter for your chance to be the Window Nation Cleveland Cavaliers Honorary Captain of the Game

Cleveland, OH – Window Nation is proud to announce a new partnership with the World Champion Cleveland Cavaliers as the presenting sponsor of the team’s pre-game “Honorary Captain” program.  One lucky fan will be selected for each game throughout the Cavs home schedule to participate in pre-game on court ceremony, meet a Cavs player and win four game tickets to that night’s affair.  Cavs fans in Window Nation service areas in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia are invited to enter at windownation.com/cavs.

“As a native Clevelander, I’m incredibly honored and excited to bring this experience to the fans of this team from everyone at Window Nation,” said co-founder and President Harley Magden.  “Plus, as a fan of the Cavs, I couldn’t be more excited to be a part of the quest to repeat as NBA Champs!”  Harley and his brother Aaron founded Window Nation 10 years ago, and the two native sons of Cleveland have been offering service in Ohio since 2008.

This contest will be heavily promoted through a number of Cavs-related channels, including radio broadcasts, digital media and inside the concourse during games at QuickenLoans arena.  It’s part of a larger, multi-year partnership between Window Nation and the Cavs organization.  As a team partner, expect to see the Cavs logo and marks integrated into Window Nation advertising across Northeast Ohio.

For more information on this partnership or to enter the “Window Nation Honorary Captain” promotion, visit windownation.com/cavs.

About Window Nation: Window Nation was started in 2006 by two brothers who literally grew up in the window business, learning about home improvement, customer care and the difference a quality window can make. The company provides an unsurpassed selection of premium windows, doors and siding installed by highly skilled, licensed professionals. The company has replaced over 275,000 windows in Maryland, Washington, D.C., northern Virginia, Philadelphia and northeast Ohio. Learn more here.