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Moody’s Equipment LP Partners With The Saskatoon Blades

Saskatoon, SK – Moody’s Equipment LP is proud to announce that we have partnered with the Saskatoon Blades for the next three seasons! Moody’s will be the official sponsor of Kids Club, details below. We wish the Saskatoon Blades a successful season, starting with their season-opener tonight against the WHL Champions, the Swift Current Broncos. 

 

What is Kids Club?

Moody’s Equipment LP is proud to be the 2018-19 Kids Club sponsor for 16 Saskatoon Blades home games. They will be randomly selecting 16 different classrooms across Saskatoon and providing them with transportation to and from the game, tickets, thundersticks and a fun time at the game.

The Saskatoon Blades host the Regina Pats at the SaskTel Center Saskatoon, SK

Why Kids Club?

Moody’s Equipment LP is a strong believer in the power of community, and in the power of sport. Our company started from humble roots in the small farming community of Perdue, Saskatchewan; and we truly understand the importance of community, and the influence it can have on all of us. In rural communities, the local hockey rink is often the most popular gathering site; and a place where young kids learn valuable life skills such as leadership, teamwork, and dedication.

Over the past few years we have seen the power of sport, and its ability to galvanize communities. When the local rink in Perdue burned down, families and businesses bonded together to fund raise for a new arena. The tragedy of the Humboldt Broncos hockey team brought the community (and the country) closer together; and most recently, we saw the influence of sport again, when former Saskatoon Blade, Braden Holtby, brought the Stanley Cup to his hometown of Lashburn, Saskatchewan.

Moody’s Equipment LP has aligned itself with the sport of hockey at various levels, and across virtually all our locations. Partnering with the Saskatoon Blades on Kids Club provides us with an opportunity to bring the community closer together; and provides local kids the opportunity to feel the power of sport.

Saskatoon Blades starting netminder, Nolan Maier

 

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