12th Annual Aeron Hockey

2023 Philadelphia Tournament

Raw open space with crowds of people gathered around empty hockey rinks.

Premier was so excited to bring everyone back again this year for our 12th Annual Aeron Hockey Tournament! We were thrilled to have 16 teams compete in a double-elimination tournament to take home the title (and of course some brand new Aeron Chairs).

It was an action-packed evening all the way up until the final game, which was a nail-biting overtime match! A special congrats to our winners! Precis Engineering Inc. took home first place and CosciaMoos Architecture were our second place winners.

We are so grateful for everyone who made the night such a success! Thank you to all our teams, spectators and volunteers who came out to for a fun night.

This year was even more special to us - we were able to partner with Ed Snider Youth Hockey & Education again. With the generous foresight of the late Ed Snider, all contributions were matched 2:1. Therefore the total impact was $30,000 for the students.

  • $10,000 will pay for one week of ice time for 150 new Learn to Skate introductory students.

  • Ed Snider Youth Hockey & Education (Snider) is a nationally acclaimed nonprofit whose mission is to create opportunity for under-resourced youth of the Greater Philadelphia Region to prosper in life.

  • Programs support the changing needs of our students as they advance through life stages and target windows of opportunity where long-term impact can be achieved. All services are offered at no cost.

  • Snider serves over 1,500 boys and girls ages 5-24 each year through daily programming in Philadelphia. The vast majority of our participants come from under-resourced neighborhoods.

Premier is honored to contibute to such a wonderful organization and make a difference in today's youth.

The late Ed Snider with a group of children wearing orange and white Snider Hockey jerseys.

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