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Greetings,

RHP Training Centre is pleased to once again offer our Premium Hockey Development Program for the Summer of 2018.
 
We are very excited about this program and what it has to offer to you.  

This program is perfect for any player who is looking for guidance on how to take their performance to the next level on and off the ice.
 
I personally believe that this program has everything a player needs to give themselves the best opportunity to excel in their upcoming 2018-19 hockey season. Our 2018 participants will become more educated, conditioned, and skilled than ever before.
 
Claim your spot quick, while they're still available - we're only accepting 12 participants for the Pee-Wee Girls age group!
 
Please see attached "PEEWEE GIRLS PREMIUM OFF SEASON HOCKEY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM"

It's an information package we put together for you to understand what the 2018 edition has to offer.

Please reach out to me if you have any questions. 
 
We would love for you to be a part of the program and to give us the opportunity to accelerate your or your child's development.

Thanks,
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Michael MacDonald
Director of Player Development 

RHP Training Centre
1351 Kelly Lake Rd, Building F
Sudbury, ON, P3E 5P5
Phone 705-523-9427
Cell 705-207-3444
Fax 705-523-2534
 

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