Myers Cadillac Chev Buick GMC, Myers Orléans Chev Buick GMC, and Myers Orléans Nissan have teamed up to sponsor Canadian RedBull Crashed Ice Skater Jacqueline Legere as she defends her 2016 Champion title.
The RedBull Crashed Ice Championship has brought a great deal of attention to the world, and entertainment, of ice cross downhill - the fastest sport on skates where skaters race down a massive ice track filled with drops, hairpin turns, and gaps at speeds of more than 50 km/h. World Championship points are up for grabs at each of the stops and the competitor who skates through the season with the most points accumulated after the races is crowned World Champion.
Legere has been doing well this season, with appearances on the podium in Marseille, France where she placed 1st, and in Jyväskylä-Laajis, Finland when she placed 3rd. Cheer on the St. George, Ontario native while she rocks the Myers logo at the RedBull Crashed Ice Finals in Ottawa March 3rd and 4th. The event will take place along the Rideau Canal and is free. Tickets are available for purchase for those wishing to upgrade their RedBull Crashed Ice experience with Ice Club VIP Tickets. For full event details, visit the website here.
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OnStar helped spread a little extra Christmas cheer to their subscribers and charity this holiday season. Between 6am EST December 24th and 5am EST December 25th, OnStar subscribers pressed their blue OnStar buttons to learn Santa's whereabouts with the help of NORAD (North American Aerospace Defense Command). NORAD has been tracking Santa's Christmas Eve journey delivering toys around the world for 60 years. In addition to learning Santa's location, OnStar subscribers could also download a complimentary copy of "The Night before Christmas". Subscriber's weren't the only ones enjoying this special OnStar event, one dollar from each Santa location call received was donated by OnStar to the United Way for Southeast Michigan, and the United Way Mexico.
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Myers Automotive Group is proud to have been a part of this year's WSP Sens Alumni & NHL Celebrity Cup tournament that took place on March 28th. This event raised more than $100,000 for the Ottawa Senators Foundation in support of children and youth in our community.
For more information on the Sens Foundation, visit www.sensfoundation.com
Congratulations to all participating teams!
Myers Automotive Group is happy to present a $5000 donation to CHEO! Here is Bob Rintoul, General Manager at Myers Cadillac Chev Buick GMC, presenting the cheque with the famous CHEO bear!
The Orleans Bengals Football Club encourages youth to Be a Bengal, Not a Bully. Since 2008, Bengal players, coaches, parents, and managers have been united in their fight against bullying both on and off field.
The Be a Bengal, Not a Bully program began with a simple anti-bullying policy - developed and written by the young players themselves - and has since grown into a core component of the Bengal organization. The program identifies young leaders from within the team and provides them with mentorship training.
These mentors then lead other players through football drills and build the trust necessary to discuss dealing with bullies, controlling aggression and building positive relationships with peers, family members, teachers and coaches. This home-grown program benefits both the physical and mental health of all players, ageS six to 17 years.
The Bengals' commitment to healthy self-esteem, leadership, and emotional resilience is an inspiring approad to sport and life.
Congrats Bengals on receiving this amazing award!
The Queensway Carleton Hospital Foundation has announced the donation to the Acute Care of Elderly Unit, which will be named the Myers Automotive Acute Care of the Elderly Unit.
First of its kind in Eastern Ontario, the ACE Unit is expected to open in 2016 and contain 34 beds to better attend the needs of the growing elderly community in the greater
This new expansion in the Ottawa medical industry will give focused care to our senior community members, giving them the service they need for shorter hospital stays and the ability to stay local for more specialized treatments.