7th Annual K+S Potash Canada Warriors Alumni Golf
The Moose Jaw Warriors are excited to announce the return of K+S Potash Canada as the title sponsor for the upcoming 7th Annual Alumni Golf Tournament July 7 and 8.
“K+S Potash Canada’s support to our organizations Alumni Golf Tournament has been amazing over the past couple of years,” commented Warriors Director of Business Operations Corey Nyhagen. “Their involvement allows us to host this first class event each year which raises money for our Education Fund, which helps our former players continue their education.”
“The Warriors golf tournament is truly the biggest tournament in Moose Jaw and probably the biggest in the WHL,” said Tournament Committee Chair Todd Hudson. “This event brings the business community, the Warriors, and their Alumni together to raise money for the Education Fund. As we are all aware not many of these kids play hockey passed this point in their lives, I think it’s only fitting that we can give something back to them for giving us years of great entertainment.”
Thursday, July 7 and Friday, July 8 local golfers will team up with current and past Warriors and raise money for the teams Education Fund. The event opens Thursday with registration and a social, Friday morning golfers will be treated to breakfast before teeing off at the Hillcrest Golf Club at 9am.
Many high profile Warriors Alumni including Theo Fleury and Troy Brouwer, and many others are expected to return plus many current players have committed to playing, as well special guest from NBC Sports and former Chicago Blackhawk Jeremy Roenick.
The Western Hockey League is currently one of the leading providers of post-secondary scholarships in Western Canada. The Moose Jaw Warriors contribute $100,000 annually for their graduated players. To date, this tournament has successfully raised just shy of $500,000 and the goal this year is to raise close to $100,000 for the Warriors Education Fund.
K+S Potash Canada is a very proud sponsor of the Moose Jaw Warriors 2016Alumni Golf Tournament. K+S is currently building and recruiting for the Legacy Project, a solution potash mine located 40km from Moose Jaw near Bethune, Saskatchewan. The Legacy Project is the first new potash mine in Saskatchewan in nearly 40 years, with production targeted for 2016 and looking to hire approximately 150 positions in the next year. For more information, visit www.ks-potashcanada.com/#opportunities.
Entry for the tournament is $400 per golfer, registration information or details on how to be a partner in the 7th Annual K+S Potash Canada Warriors Alumni Golf Tournament please contact Todd Hudson at 631.0288. Rachel Sproule, firstname.lastname@example.org, Pete Iatridis, Pete@mjwarriors.com, Corey Nyhagen Corey@mjwarriors.com