Cambridge, Ontario - November 21, 2013
Worldline, Kitchener’s Home Phone, Unlimited Internet and Long Distance company, is thrilled with their association with the Kitchener Minor Hockey Association for the 2013/14 season. Going “Beyond Telecom” is what Worldline is all about, and Worldline’s 200+ employees, many of whom live in the region, look forward to supporting the these “Superhero Kids” as they learn the benefits of education, fitness, leadership, teamwork, community and responsibility through the KMHA.
Worldline is helping to offset expenses for kids in the community who, without assistance, would not be able to fully afford the opportunity to participate in organized hockey in the City of Kitchener.
Worldline Co-Founder and CMO John Stix said, “We are very proud of our association with the Kitchener Minor Hockey Association. 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 our children’s dreams.”
“KMHA is pleased to welcome Worldline to the KMHA family of Community sponsors. Their generous support and the community partnership that we have created will assist us in providing a beneficial service to the many participants at KMHA,” said KMHA General Manager Rolland Cyr.
“On behalf of the Board of Directors, our Midget AAA program, and the Hockey community at large, we say Welcome!”
KMHA if one of few minor hockey associations that cover the breadth of Hockey under one umbrella. They offer Girls and Boys all levels of competition, learn to play programs, spring non traditional programs as well as Special Hockey (for those with mental or social impairments that complicate participation in mainstream Hockey Programming).
About the Kitchener Minor Hockey Association:
Mission Statement: To provide a hockey program that promotes the importance and understanding of work ethic, good sportsmanship, discipline, team work and the fair treatment of others under all circumstances and all conditions. To teach respect for others, regardless of race, place of origin, family circumstance, gender or creed. To encourage players to uphold these principles and to become fine young adults, contributing to the community after their playing involvement is over.