What is the Tim Hortons Timbit Jersey Program?
The Tim Hortons Timbits Jersey Program provides hockey jerseys and matching socks to house league Timbit players in minor hockey associations across the country. Last year alone, more than 100,000 jerseys were distributed to young athletes nationwide.
How does my MHA get Timbits jerseys?
Currently, Tim Hortons sends out web links to all minor hockey associations that have previously shown interest in the program. This portal is managed regionally by the Tim Hortons regional marketing manager team.
If your minor hockey association or team is new to the Timbits Jersey Program, please contact the Tim Hortons regional marketing manager in your area from the list below:
Ben Yip – British Columbia
Taylor Dean – Alberta
Jason Kopytko – Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Northern Ontario (Thunder Bay)
Lauren Queenen – Northern Ontario (Sudbury, Barrie, etc.) and Durham
Simone Clarke – Southwestern Ontario (Windsor, London, Guelph)
Scott Fischer – KW & York Region (Newmarket, Mississauga, Kitchener)
Zack Pryzbek – Niagara/Hamilton & Oakville
Rudy Petrillo – GTA (Toronto, Etobicoke, Scarborough, North York)
Mathieu St-Cyr – Montreal
Karine Dufort – Remaining Quebec
Christine Clarke – Newfoundland & Labrador and New Brunswick
Darren Manning – Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island
When signing up, please have the following information ready:
Once you order your items, you can expect them arrive within eight weeks. If you need to have items arrive by a specific date, please communicate when you need them to arrive at your specified address.
You must place an order each year that your association is participating.
What is provided?
Each child on a Timbits hockey team will receive a jersey, socks, a Sidney Crosby item, and a medal.
If you find there are any concerns with your jerseys, let your regional marketing manager know!
Tim Hortons will replace the jerseys or any other uniform items if you discover there is a quality issue, which means you will never have to worry about having to pay for replacements.
Photos and stories
We always want to share in your successes! Please make sure that during and after your season, you are sharing pictures, videos and stories with your local Tim Hortons owners and regional marketing managers.
When sharing stories online, use the hashtag #TimbitsSports to share your stories!
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