SASKATOON, Dec. 24 /CNW/ - Sangster's Health Centres, Canada's longest running health and nutrition franchise, announced today the donation of 14 pairs of World Junior Hockey Championships tickets to three Saskatchewan children's charities: Ronald McDonald House Saskatoon, the Saskatoon Sports Council Kid's First, and the Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Saskatoon.
"Sangster's was founded here in Saskatchewan by my father, and we feel honoured today to be able to help these children and their parents enjoy a piece of Canada's national pastime" says Sangster's Health Centres President and COO, Darryl Sangster. "The feeling is something beyond words."
The IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship is an annual event organized by the International Ice Hockey Federation for national under-20 ice hockey teams from around the world. The main tournament features the top ten ranked hockey nations in the world, comprising the 'Top Division', from which a world champion is crowned.
About Sangster's Health Centres
Sangster's has come a long way from their roots in Saskatchewan, all the while never straying from their philosophy to "Make Health a Habit". Today Sangster's Health Centres has 43 locations across Canada with its Head Office headquartered in Saskatoon. As a family run, Canadian owned and operated business, Sangster's has found continued success over the past 38 years. Sangster's Health Centres is Canada's longest running franchised retailer of natural vitamins, foods, body care and sports nutrition supplements.
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