Sir Richard, Bell Mobility's Wade Oosterman and Olympians Jamie Salé
and David Pelletier in ice-carving competition
VANCOUVER, Feb. 18 /CNW/ - Join entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson of the Virgin Group, Bell Mobility president Wade Oosterman, and Olympic figure skating gold medalists Jamie Salé and David Pelletier for an ice sculpture carving competition at Bell Ice Cube, the hottest public venue in Vancouver during the 2010 Winter Games.
CELEBRITY ICE SCULPTURE CARVING COMPETITION
Thursday, February 18
10:45 - 11:00 am PT
Media scrum at 11:00 am
BELL ICE CUBE
818 Beatty Street (at Robson)
Bell Ice Cube is located at the heart of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games and is open to the public. Visitors are invited to watch Olympic events on Bell TV live in HD, cheer on Team Canada with the latest products from Bell, listen to live music, and meet some of the world's greatest athletes, all under one roof.
Bell Ice Cube is open to the public each day from 11am to 11pm until February 28. Bell is a Premier National Partner and the Exclusive Telecommunications Partner to the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. During the Games, every Olympic image seen on TV, every story read around the world and every real-time score transmitted will traverse a network and communications solution delivered by Bell. Bell customers will get the ultimate Olympic experience through exclusive content, products and services.
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