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Worldline’s Superhero Kids Join Forces with the Kitchener Rangers

The OHL team a “perfect fit” for the region’s largest locally owned and operated Telco


Cambridge, Ontario - October 10, 2013
Today Worldline, Canada’s best value in telecommunication services, proudly announces a sponsorship agreement with the Ontario Hockey League’s Kitchener Rangers Hockey Club. Worldline takes great pride in their hometown and that’s why they and their local team are a perfect fit. The Kitchener Rangers Hockey Club is a non-profit organization, governed by a 40-person Board of Directors comprised of local season’s tickets holders. Worldline is locally owned and operated and focused on creating a positive impact in the community and helping young people develop. That’s what their recently introduced “Superhero Kids” marketing campaign is all about.\

Worldline CMO and co-founder John Stix said, “We are very proud of our association with the Kitchener Rangers Hockey Club. Our Superhero Kids campaign is much more than a cute look. It reflects what we represent and believe in as an organization. We believe that every kid deserves the chance to be a Superhero on the ice, at home, in school and in the community and Worldline will continue to invest to help support children’s dreams in our community.

“We have started with the Rangers but stay tuned for other sponsorships and involvement from your local phone company,” he concluded.

“The Kitchener Rangers Hockey Club is proud of our association with Worldline and appreciate their support and passion for Kitchener Rangers Hockey,” said Brad Sparkes, Director of Marketing and Sales, Kitchener Rangers Hockey Club.

Worldline’s products, like their Home Phone & Unlimited High Speed Internet Bundle starting from $49.95/month, Unlimited High Speed Internet packages for only $29.95/month or their Digital Home Phone for only $9.95/month, are affordable, high-quality alternatives to the high-priced, big-city, Big Three telcos.