Molson Canadian Red Leaf Project Celebrates the Grey Cup in Vancouver

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Molson Canadian Red Leaf Project Celebrates the Grey Cup in Vancouver

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Thursday, November 17, 2011 - 12:00pm

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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) Vancouver – November 17, 2011 – Molson Canadian Red Leaf Project and the Canadian Football League are teaming up to get Vancouver ready for the Grey Cup through a park clean up at English Bay this weekend.

While helping to clean up the city is a reward in itself, the first 100 people who register at RedLeafProject.ca and roll up their sleeves to volunteer will earn a ticket to the Grey Cup Festival as a thank you from the Molson Canadian Red Leaf Project and the environment.
 
“Vancouverites are looking to show off the best their city has to offer during Grey Cup”, says Jamie Sprules, Senior Brand Manager, Molson Canadian. “Through Red Leaf Project, we wanted to find a way to help get the city ready and reward locals with access to the Grey Cup Festival.”
 
Along with helping to clean up the park, the CFL will be on hand with the Grey Cup. Volunteers can take their photo with the Cup while they help make our awesome land even better.
 
“The Canadian Football League, its teams and its players pride themselves on giving back to our communities,” said CFL Commissioner Mark Cohon. “And with our fans help, we would like to give back to the community that will be hosting the 99th Grey Cup in just a few weeks. We encourage our fans to come join the Molson Canadian Red Leaf Project and help clean up one of our most beautiful CFL cities before it embraces thousands of Canadians from across the country for our national championship.”
 
Location: English Bay 1700 Beach Ave. Vancouver BC.
Date: Saturday November 19th, 2011
Time: 10 a.m. to noon
 

About Molson Canadian
Molson Canadian lager has been a staple in the Canadian beer landscape for over 50 years, providing generations of Canadians with clean, crisp refreshment. Made using Canadian water, Prairie barley and no preservatives in six locations across the country this award-winning beer is recognized as a symbol of Canadian beer distinction around the globe. With roots dating back to 1786 and a time-honoured tradition of brewing quality beers, Molson Coors Canada is proud to be the nation's pre-eminent brewer.
 
About Molson Canadian Red Leaf Project
Molson Canadian Red Leaf Project is a series of initiatives designed to positively impact the Canadian environment in communities from coast to coast. Molson Canadian is rooted in being 'brewed with the best this land has to offer'. It's therefore a natural fit for Molson Canadian to make our land even more awesome than it already is so that Canadians can enjoy more of this land and its beer.  
                                                          
About CFL
The Canadian Football League is our league. It's built on a tradition as proud, staged on a field as broad, and played at a pace as exciting as the country we are proud to call home.
Our championship game, the Grey Cup, is the biggest single annual sporting event in Canada. And the 99th edition will be played on November 27, 2011 in Vancouver, BC.
For additional information, visit www.cfl.ca.
 
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Contact

Julie Gathercole
Molson Coors Canada
http://blog.molson.com/community
Keywords: Diversity & Inclusion | Canadian Football | Grey Cup | Molson Coors Canada | Read Leaf Project | vancouver | volunteer

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