LGCY Power selected as an exclusive solar provider in agreement with Utah Jazz

Salt Lake City— The Utah Jazz and LGCY Power announced today an exclusive, multi-year partnership in the consumer category of solar power/energy, selecting LGCY Power as the Exclusive Solar Provider of the Utah Jazz.

LGCY Power (pronounced Legacy Power), an industry leader in residential solar energy services, will also be the presenting sponsor of the NBA All-Star voting campaign for the Jazz players, which begins this season on Dec. 25-Jan. 22. The Jazz had three All-Star players last year, and LGCY Power will support the daily get-out-the-vote effort among basketball fans.

The new and exclusive partnership also features naming rights for the showcase Legends Club presented by LGCY Power on level two of Vivint Arena; digital and traditional branding during Jazz games on air and in-arena; and other promotional and experiential partnership assets.

“Part of our mission at LGCY Power is to become the best people we can be, and we are proud to become the exclusive solar provider of the Utah Jazz because they espouse the same values we do for our community,” says Luke Toone, co-founder, and chief sales officer for LGCY Power. “The Jazz is amazing ambassadors for Utah, and we believe we have the same responsibility as we continue to help usher in a world that is run on clean energy.”

“The Jazz greatly value their corporate relationships, and we are very excited to welcome LGCY Power into our partnership family,” says Jim Olson, president of the Utah Jazz. “It is particularly gratifying to attract a new, Utah-based company as we make an investment in each other. Together there will be more possibilities, resources, and opportunities to help the greater good.”

The Lehi, Utah-based company was started in 2014 by Doug Robinson and Toone and has since grown to become one of the largest residential solar companies in the US. LGCY offers a cleaner, often cheaper, and more predictable source of electricity in more than 30 states through the use of solar panels.