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For Immediate Release

Mississauga Board of Trade's 2013 Golf Classic   

Mississauga, Ontario (June 13, 2013)  - Over 100 business and community leaders came out for Mississauga Board of Trade's annual Golf Classic held June 13 at Lionhead Golf & Country Club on Mississauga Road in Brampton.


The event serves as a major fundraising activity for the city's leading business association, a not-for-profit organization that provides leadership in supporting the development of its members and representing the interests of Mississauga's business community at all levels of government through active policy advocacy and government relations.


The Golf Classic included a BBQ lunch, shot-gun start at 2:30 p.m., golf on one of Canada's best public courses and a dinner with great food, silent auction and raffle. Throughout the day sponsors greeted guests on holes, along with various contests and prizes along the course.  


One of the highlights of the evening was the appearance of the 100th Grey Cup, which was won in 2012 by your Toronto Argonauts. Two cheerleaders were also in attendance for a photo-op which allowed attendees to pose with the Grey Cup. A representative from the Canadian Football Hall of Fame and Museum in Hamilton, Ontario was also in attendance to answer any questions and ensure the cup's safety at all times. 


The event was a huge success, with thanks to all participants, sponsors, the MBOT Golf Committee and MBOT staff.

Thank you to our event sponsors:


Lionhead Golf & Country Club
TD Commercial Banking
Pallet Valo LLP
Loopstra Nixon
Canlan Sportsplex
Rogers Business Solutions
Investors Group
PODS Mississauga
Caesars Windsor
Century Audio Visual
Jack Astor's Bar & Grill
Source Office Furnishings
POS Canada
Euro Milan (Jura)
Mary Kay
Mississauga Family Fitness
Prasad Ghumman LLP
One Red Bird
Fielding Chemicals
Orlando Corporation
Cogeco Data Services
Massage On The Go  

As the voice of business since 1976, Mississauga Board of Trade is a private-sector, not-for-profit business organization representing approximately 1,500 businesses, employing 65,000 people in Mississauga.  MBOT is well positioned to meet the needs of business by using its considerable influence at all levels of government.  As the forum for business, MBOT works together to influence public policy and promote a better understanding of the marketplace among policy makers, media and the general public. 




Media Contacts:


Sheldon Leiba

President & CEO
Mississauga Board of Trade

905-273-6151 ext. 27

[email protected]