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— Edmonton Oilers (@EdmontonOilers) September 8, 2016
— Rogers Place (@RogersPlace) September 7, 2016
With modern cooking equipment, ample kitchen space and the latest amenities, the Rogers Place menu features an expansive lineup of food, reflecting the many tastes and flavours of Edmonton and Alberta, which is sure to delight the crowds. The concessions menu alone includes over 80 food items.
Rocket chosen as name for Canadiens AHL affiliate in Laval https://t.co/YDuBTCjjHb
— Montreal Gazette (@mtlgazette) September 8, 2016
The Laval Rocket. That is the name chosen for the American Hockey League affiliate of the Montreal Canadiens that will begin play in the brand new Place Bell in 2017-18.
— Strategy (@StrategyOnline) September 8, 2016
BMO’s latest campaign is trying to show Toronto FC fans the value of the soccer club’s community and how it reflects the human customer experience the bank wants to provide.
— Hometown Hockey (@hometownhockey_) September 7, 2016
Rogers’ Hometown Hockey to launch 3rd season in Newmarket.
— Marketing Magazine (@Marketing_Mag) September 7, 2016
Rogers-owned Sportsnet has announced its sponsor roster for the upcoming World Cup of Hockey, a group comprised of Scotiabank,Molson Coors, Advil, Honda, Sonnet, Visa and Sport Chek.
— Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) September 6, 2016
— Marketing Magazine (@Marketing_Mag) September 8, 2016
Tim Hortons has brought back the stars of last year’s popular drive through videos – NHLers Sidney Crosby and Nathan MacKinnon – and asked them to don the Tim’s uniforms yet again for another round of surprise customer interactions.