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09/30/2013, 1:45pm EDT
By Ontario Minor Hockey Association

OMHA Announces Partnership with 411.ca

Richmond Hill, ON – 411.ca has joined the Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) team as an official sponsor.

411.ca will sponsor the OMHA by advertising an exclusive contest on the Scores and Standings section of the OMHA website. This sponsorship will help the OMHA to support its members with valuable information such as scheduling, scores and standings. We know it can be expensive to have a child in minor hockey, so 411.ca is helping families keep their kids in the game. Offering a “Compete to Win” mobile contest exclusively to OMHA members and their families; mobile contest winners will win cash prizes up to $2,000.00 to put towards their next tournament. 

“We support many organizations and charities, and now, we are supporting minor hockey in Canada by sponsoring the OMHA,” – says 411.ca President and CEO Steve Curry.


For further information please contact:

Ontario Minor Hockey Association
Matt Rhodes 
1-905-780-2155
matt.rhodes@omha.net

411.ca
Jessica Miller
1-866-411-4411 ext. 924
jmiller@411.ca

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About 411.ca
Located in Toronto, 411.ca is Canada’s #1 purely online directory service. Every year, more than 20 million visitors find a person or business on 411.ca. With its savvy search box, candid reviews, and quick reverse look-up feature, it’s the simplest way to find information online or on mobile. 411.ca is the fastest and easiest way to get the 411 in your neighborhood. For more information, visit 411.ca.


About the Ontario Minor Hockey Association
The Ontario Minor Hockey Association, founded in 1935, is the largest minor hockey association in the world and oversees a participant base of 300,000 consisting of players, coaches, trainers, officials, hockey volunteers and parents across the province. The OMHA has 250 active member minor hockey associations and annually coordinates 31 leagues and approximately 600 development clinics throughout Ontario.  For more information, visit www.omha.net.

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