Brandon, MB. –
Twenty-five seats for every Brandon Wheat Kings home game will be
awarded to young athletes and coaches as the Western Hockey League club
has announced the return of the popular MNP “Most Valuable Team” (MVT) Program for the 2013-14 season.
initiative, introduced by MNP last season, supports youth involved in
amateur athletics and recognizes the volunteer efforts of their coaches.
lot of these kids look up to the Wheat Kings and we are excited to give
them a chance to see their favourite team in action live at Westman
Place," says Dan Trotter, a Partner in MNP’s Brandon
office. “Our firm has always been committed to Brandon and the
surrounding communities, and this program is a great opportunity for us
to support these teams and promote the importance of physical activity.
We know that being social and feeling like a part of a community is one
of the great benefits of local team sports and we are happy to have a
program in place that helps make that possible.”
MNP MVT program is open to western Manitoba athletes ages eight to
seventeen and their coaches or assistant coaches. Youth teams from any
sport can apply, from minor hockey to swimming and high school sports.
to attend Wheat Kings’ Saturday night home games this season, beginning
with the October 5th game against the visiting Red Deer Rebels, are now
being accepted. Coaches, managers or other team officials can enter
their team online at www.wheatkings.com or email email@example.com or at any
addition to the tickets, all winning teams will receive complimentary
copies of the Wheat Kings 2013-14 Souvenir Program. As well, each week
the winning team will be introduced during the game on the Video
Scoreboard at Westman Communications Group Place.
has a long history of supporting sport throughout western Canada and is
committed to helping community organizations through programs like the
MVT Program and this partnership with the Wheat Kings.
(Nathan can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org)
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