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David Vandenborn, Save On Foods, (l to r) with teachers: Leslie Waddington; David Vandenborn; Deneen Scott; Shawna Peterson with a local student.

 

 

 

 

RBC HOCKEY TOURNAMENT

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KEVIN GEMMEL COMMUNICATIONS CHAIR, RBC CUP—SUBMITTED PHOTO

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he RBC Cup 2018 Host Committee and Save-On-Foods are pleased to announce plans to Adopt-a-Student when the community of Chilliwack plays host to Canada’s Junior Hockey Championship from May 12th to 20th 2018.

Save-On-Foods through its overall sponsorship of the RBC Cup 2018 Chilliwack will ensure 1,000 tickets are distributed to local students to see the BEST in Canada on the ice. Chilliwack students will be given tickets courtesy of Save-On-Foods to attend select afternoon Round Robin games.

To further enhance the overall promotional and marketing efforts of the RBC Cup 2018 Chilliwack, Save-On-Foods will provide in-store RBC Cup Ticket promotions where shoppers will receive tickets to RBC Cup Games while shopping within the Chilliwack stores.

Cal Siemens, Regional Director of Save-On-Foods was very pleased in making the announcement, saying: “The health and wellness of kids and families is a key focus for us, along with our longstanding commitment to supporting organizations rooted in building stronger communities. With the hockey community's family focus, this partnership was a natural fit for us and we're excited to help make it a success as it comes to Chilliwack this year.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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