Masters 2010: Sponsors
Come for our jaw-dropping NATURAL WONDERS. Come back for another unforgettable day.|
There just aren’t enough minutes in the hour to experience all of the extraordinary moments that make up a New Brunswick day. From the exhilarating heights of the Bay of Fundy tides, dubbed One of the Marine Wonders of the World, to the magnificent white sand dunes of Bouctouche, New Brunswick is home to some of the most spectacular Natural Wonders in the Maritimes. But we’re also renowned for our lively cities, diverse outdoor adventure, and eclectic blend of cultures. Add a dash of Acadian joie de vivre to the mix, and you have the makings of a truly unique Maritime experience.
J.D. Irving Limited - Gold Sponsor
Quality and Service Since 1882 |
J.D. Irving, Limited is a diverse family owned company with operations in Canada and the United States. For over 125 years our focus has been on providing quality service and products to customers around the world. Our head office is in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.
The J.D. Irving, Limited (JDI) has operations in Eastern Canada (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Ontario, Newfoundland and Labrador), and the United States. We are a team of 15,000 dedicated employees with a wide range of business units.
Phone: (506) 632-7777
Fax: (506) 648-2205
City of Saint John NB - Silver Sponsor
Saint John is centrally located on the southern New Brunswick coast on the Bay of Fundy at the mouth of the St. John River. Because it is the only city on the Bay of Fundy – home of the world’s highest tides – Saint John is known as the anchor of the Bay of Fundy Experience. |
As Canada’s first incorporated city (est 1785), Saint John has been welcoming people from eastern Europe, the United Kingdom and Ireland for 400 years. Long before their arrival, the are was well known to the Mi’kmaq and Maliseet aboriginal inhabitants. Each group of immigrants has left an indelible imprint on Saint John history through its culture, architecture and people.
Saint John 225 is the official anniversary celebrations of the City of Saint John and its incorporation as Canada's original city. Saint John was incorporated on May 18, 1785 and in 2010 we're heading into our neighbourhoods to celebrate our city. This is the year Saint John tells its story: the stories of the people, events and places that have shaped Saint John.
Phone: (506) 649-6000
Fax: (506) 632-6118
Fort Howe Hotel - Silver Sponsor
The Fort Howe Hotel and Convention Centre|
Experience the history of Canada’s oldest incorporated city by staying at the Fort Howe Hotel & Convention Centre. The hotel is located between Historic Fort Howe and historic Fort LaTour (located on the Saint John harbour front). The hotel is adjacent to the Lord Beaverbrook Rink and Harbour Passage. A short walk along Harbour Passage puts you in the heart of uptown Saint John. Whether you are traveling from the East or from the West, the Fort Howe Hotel is ideal for the business or leisure traveller as it is easily accessible from Highway 1. Let our knowledgeable and friendly staff transform your stay in Saint John into one you will not soon forget and allow us to make the Fort Howe Hotel & Convention Centre your home away from home.
Moosehead Brewery Ltd - Silver Sponsor - Masters Curling
Moosehead Breweries Limited traces its roots to 1867, making it Canada’s oldest independent brewery. The family-owned company is the only locally owned major brewery in Atlantic Canada and the last national brewer still owned by Canadians. Moosehead has annual revenues in excess of $180 million and sells its beer throughout Canada, the United States and in 15 countries around the world.|
Andrew Oland is President of Moosehead Breweries Limited. He is the sixth generation member of his family to lead the Oland brewing business started by his great-great-great grandmother Susannah Oland in 1867. In true Maritime tradition, Moosehead is dedicated to giving back to the communities that have supported it.Moosehead supports a variety of charities, institutions and causes, including recent donations to the University of New Brunswick’s “Forging Our Futures” development campaign and the PET scan at the Saint John Regional Hospital. The Olands have continued to pass the family business from generation to generation. Masters Curlers thank Moosehead for the support. Best of success to Moosehead as it continues it's brewing traditions.
Tim Hortons - Silver Sponsor - Masters Curling
LOCAL COMMUNITY SUPPORT|
Serving the community means more than just coffee. That's why your local Tim Hortons is proud to support local initiatives that make a difference.
While our many regional marketing programs promote sponsorship of local events, charitable causes and minor and major sporting activities, our national programs and sponsorships involve the chain as a whole in various major events and activities.Curling began to draw recognition as an organized sport back in 1927 when the first Macdonald Brier event was played at the Granite Curling Club in Toronto. Today, Tim Hortons is the proud title sponsor of the Tim Hortons Brier.
Masters Curlers thank Tim Hortons for supporting Masters Curling 2010
Peter Murray Golf Tournament - Silver Sponsor
Peter Murray Memorial Golf Tournament.This tournament is played annually and is followed by a dinner and charity auction.|
Proceeds are directed to the Saint John hall and other worthwhile charities and sports groups.
Local charities that have benefited include the Glenn Carpenter Centre, Dance Team Canada, PRO Kids, Saint John Peewee A Storm, Saint John Vito's Midget AAA Baseball, Tim Hortons Children Foundation, River Valley Track Association, Boys Adventure Camp, Special Olympics NB, Peter Murray High School Award, Anthony Gormley Memorial School Fund, Saint John Bantam AAA Cardinals Baseball, Boys and Girls Club, Bathurst High School Student Council, Team Daigle Curling Team, Saint John Regional Hospital Foundation.
2010 Masters Curling appreciate the support given to the Canadian Championships (held at the Thistle St Andrews Curling Club March 29 through April 2)
Peter Murray was a well-known Saint John and New Brunswick sportsman and was inducted into the Saint John Sports Hall of Fame three times: on May 12, 1993, May 10, 1995 and in May of 1997. From the time he first burst upon the local sporting scene as a Little League baseball player in 1953, “Big” Peter Murray has been a dominant figure in Saint John sports, as a participant and as a leader. He shone in many sports, but excelled in five that took him to national competition time and time again. As a curler, Peter skipped his championship New Brunswick team at the brier in 1978 and to more national events, skipping a mixed team in 1980 and 1982. He also had given great organizational talents to serve in executive positions with Thistle-St. Andrews Curling Club, the 1985 Canada Summer Games, the Saint John hosting of the Canadian Softball Tournament, the New Brunswick Amateur Hockey Association, the first C.F.L. Exhibition Game ever played in Saint John, was a member of the Selection Committee of the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame and served as a former President of the Lancaster Kiwanis Club and was an honourary member of the Saint John Firefighters, Local 771. If any curler is looking for a role model and athlete to emulate, Peter Murray is a great choice!