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Corporate Sponsors Needed for 2019 Esso Cup

Corporate Sponsors Needed for 2019 Esso Cup

Recently Hockey Canada announced that the City of Greater Sudbury in conjunction with the Ontario Women's Hockey Association, and the Sudbury & District Girls Hockey Association were the successful bidders for the 2019 Esso Cup, Canada's Nation Female Midget Championship. This event will showcase the top female midget hockey players from across Canada and it will take place from April 21 to April 27, 2019.

To host an event such as the Esso Cup the local Host Committee will have to rely on the always supportive corporate community to ensure we are able to make the event one to remember for all participants, officials and family members. All profit from this event will be directed to a legacy fund that will be used to support local female hockey initiatives in the Sudbury area.

We kindly ask for your financial support for our event and we would like to present you with several sponsorship packages that we have available. Our sponsorship packages are provided under separate cover and we hope that the opportunities that we offer are attractive to your business. While financial support is important "In Kind" donation support is also necessary for this event. Please do not hesitate to contact the Host Committee by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further information on the opportunities we can provide. We thank you in advance for your support!

 Sincerely

2019 Esso Cup Host Committe

Esso Cup Letter

Sponsor Presentation 

Corporate Sponsorship Packages

Hockey Canada News

22 March 2019

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