2017 RBC Cup

Corporate

For more information on sponsorship opportunities, contact Paul Zilkey (paul@smefinance.ca).

CHAMPION - $50,000

  • six tickets to the NHL Centennial Classic (Toronto vs. Detroit) on Jan. 1
  • 10 RBC Cup tournament passes
  • VIP lounge access
  • full-page ad in tournament program
  • company logo on all event signage
  • Player of the Game presentation after championship game
  • championship game sponsor
  • advertising link to HockeyCanada.ca/RBCCup (253,283 page views in 2016)
  • 10 tickets to RBC Cup awards banquet
  • special in-arena branding opportunities
  • on-camera rinkboard advertisement
  • promotion during games, and intermissions

MVP - $25,000

  • two tickets to the NHL Centennial Classic (Toronto vs. Detroit) on Jan. 1
  • eight RBC Cup tournament passes
  • VIP lounge access
  • advertising link to HockeyCanada.ca/RBCCup (253,283 page views in 2016)
  • 10 tickets to RBC Cup awards banquet
  • rinkboard advertisement
  • promotion during games, and intermissions
  • meet-the-team opportunity for company employees and children
  • banners and other unique in-arena advertisements

TOP ROOKIE - $15,000

  • eight RBC Cup tournament passes
  • VIP lounge access
  • half-page ad in tournament program
  • Player of the Game presentation
  • four tickets to RBC Cup awards banquet
  • promotion during intermissions
  • unique in-arena advertisements

PLAYER - $10,000

  • four RBC Cup tournament passes
  • quarter-page ad in tournament program
  • Player of the Game presentation
  • four tickets to RBC Cup awards banquet

SUPPORTER - $5,000

  • four RBC Cup tournament passes
  • listing of company name in tournament program
  • two tickets to RBC Cup awards banquet

Where will the sponsorship dollars go? All money raised will go into helping offset the costs of running the 2016 RBC Cup. Surplus funds will be allocated as follows: one-third to be allocated to the Ontario Junior Hockey League Foundation, which provides financial assistance and other opportunities to its players; one-third to minor hockey in West Northumberland County to provide financial assistance for under-privileged families interested in playing hockey; and one-third to the Cobourg Cougars to offset operational costs.

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2018 RBC Cup: CWK 4 – WEL 2 (Championship)
The Chiefs scored three unanswered in the third to win the RBC Cup.
2018 RBC Cup: CWK 3 – OJS 2 (Semifinal)
Pickering got the winner and the Chiefs advanced to the RBC Cup final.
2018 RBC Cup: WEL 2 – WEN 1 (Semifinal)
Capriotti finished with 50 saves to help the Dukes upset the Wild.
2018 RBC Cup: WEN 7 – WEL 1 (Preliminary)
Galambos and Von Ungern had 2G each to help the Wild to first place.
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