Events of this magnitude don't happen without the help of companies, organizations and individuals who donate their time, expertise and money to support curling. Please take the time to learn more about them and wherever possible, consider their products, services or organization in the future.
If you would like to become a sponsor, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org . We would love to have you as part of our event
Buying or selling a home, STU SELLS SIMPLE is real estate simply at its finest. Experienced, knowledgeable and an unprecedented track record, let Stu Sankey and his team find you that perfect home in the Greater Toronto Area.
Stu also loves curling and is one of its greatest supporters both at the grassroots and elite level. His STU SELLS TANKARD SERIES now has nine events in Ontario and Nova Scotia with the STU SELL JUNIOR EVENTS shining the light on curling's up and coming young talent.
Stu has also created STU SELLS SUPPORTS, a fundraising and support initiative designed to help young and upcoming teams afford to play in curling events across Canada. It provides an opportunity to compete against the top teams, gain valuable experience and sportsmanship.
The Barrie Curling Club is a not-for-profit organization whose vision is to promote and develop a range of curling opportunities for all age groups and abilities, at the same time as being the regional club of choice that attracts curlers in central Simcoe County. Barrie Curling Club serves its members by offering excellent curling ice, a welcoming lounge, quality kitchen service and enjoyable special events.
Toronto Metropolitan University is Canada's leader in innovative, career-focused education. It is a distinctly urban university with a focus on innovation and entrepreneurship. It is also becoming a men's and women's sports leader in OUA and CIS sport through programs like hockey, basketball and curling.
If you are considering your post secondary education path or a post graduate degree and want to curl with some of the best rising talent in curling, consider becoming a member of the BOLD.