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2015 Brier: Middaugh makes the call

In the March issue print edition of The Curling News, you’ll find Brier predictions from senior columnist Terry Jones.

In the digital version of that issue, you’ll find Brier predictions from six-time champion and TCN columnist Randy Ferbey.

Now, as an added bonus, we present another round of Brier predictions from none other than Wayne Middaugh, a three-time champion (at three different positions) who always has an opinion. Over to you, Wayne!

Middaugh in Tankard action

Middaugh at the 2015 ON Tankard

By Wayne Middaugh

Let’s start with what’s important and then see who is left standing at the end.

Relegation:

Prince Edward Island – Adam Casey … This team has put in the work this year and deserves to be part of the Brier… the entire Brier.

Nova Scotia – Glenn Macleod and Yukon – Bob Smallwood … Enjoy your three games in the big building and milk it for all it’s worth. You deserve better.

Main draw:

12th – New Brunswick – Jeremy Mallais … The goal is no relegation… sorry, I didn’t know who to pick in this spot and when I looked at the teams, I thought if not you… then who?

T7 – P.E.I. – Team Casey, you paid your dues on tour this year and if you keep doing that I only see you moving up on this list.

T7 – British Columbia – Jim Cotter … One of the nicest guys in the game and I want more for him, but just don’t see it.

T7 – Northwest Territories – Jamie Koe … The curling gods like you as you are what curling is all about, but unfortunately, even with everyone on your side, it doesn’t make you a Brier champion. #guyhemmings

T7 – Ontario – Mark Kean … He beat us twice en route to winning his first Purple Heart and this is where I would have put us in this field.

T4 – Manitoba – Reid Carruthers … Reid was great when he became a WFC with Team Stoughton, then took a few years off from making shots. Looks like he’s back and knows how to win.

T4 – Québec – Jean-Michel Ménard … Has won this before and knows what it takes to trick the front-runners. Question is: How many tricks does he have left?

Top pick: Team Jacobs/NONT

Top pick: Jacobs/NONT

T4 – Team Canada – John Morris … Fan favourites and good guys playing in a hometown Brier. However, they didn’t put in the time on tour and on the ice this year, meaning their week on the Saddledome ice will end in a tie-breaker about Friday.

T4 – Saskatchewan – Steve Laycock … This team can throw it hard and if they get a lead on anyone they can run out the scoreboard… although that’s not enough to win the Brier. Getting better every year and I expect to see them in the playoffs.

3 – Newfoundland & Labrador – Brad Gushue … You go every year it’s only a matter of time before you win this thing… and Brad makes enough last shots to do just that, so I expect him to be playing after the round robin… but not sure this is the year.

2 – Alberta – Kevin Koe … This team was built to win games and the 2018 Olympics, but before you win you’ve gotta learn to lose as a team (and hate that feeling). This week will be a learning experience even though I expect them to be there at the end of the week.

1 – Northern Ontario – Brad Jacobs … JJ started the mojo with the current Olympic gold medallists winning the STOH and I’m funny/superstitious that way. Watching these guys is kind of like watching Pros versus Joes; the Joes win sometimes but not often… and Team Jacobs are pros in every way. Congrats Team Jacobs!

First image by Robert Wilson; second image copyright ® The Curling News by Anil Mungal. Click on images to increase viewing size

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Vol. 58 Issue 5: March 2015

  • ANOTHER CALGARY BRIER

    Hall-of-Fame columnist Terry Jones breaks down the Brier field and makes predictions – DIGITAL EDITION INCLUDES SIX PHOTO GALLERIES

  • THE 2015 STOH – DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE

    The real story of Canada’s women’s championship in Moose Jaw – INCLUDES VIDEO AND PHOTO GALLERY

  • WORLD CURLING DISASTER?

    Put down your pom-poms, curling fans. Columnist Rodger Schmidt explains why one nation’s dominance will destroy the sport – in Canada, too

  • CURLING TV/WEB GUIDE

    You won’t believe the amount of curling to watch in March, and only we have the most in-depth and accurate event listings

  • TANKARD TALES AND RELEGATION THOUGHTS

    Columnist Matt Brouwer on site at a Brier qualifier, and on the art of curling spin – DIGITAL EDITION INCLUDES EXCLUSIVE ONLINE VIDEO

  • GONE DIGITAL

    That’s right: Each and every issue of The Curling News is now enhanced and expanded online with more pages of exclusive, interactive curling content – but you must subscribe to get it all

  • THE CURLING NEWS GOLD TRAIL

    Which three women’s teams have now earned over 100K this season? Only The Curling News tracks every dollar won in the sport, regardless of event affiliation

  • CURLING IN AMERICA

    Matt Sussman stays up late and breaks down NBC’s Curling Night in America

  • CLUB CORNER: ATTRACTING SPECTATORS

    Columnist Mark Inglis crunched the numbers and suggests how to increase the number of live action fans

  • CURLING? YEAH MON

    Columnist Jim Corrigan accepts the World Curling Federation’s Hall of Fame award for launching curling in… Jamaica!

  • BLUENOSERS ONLINE

    We welcome back Atlantic Canada columnist Teri Udle, who interviews the man behind Livecurling.com

  • ROAD TRIP I: SMALL TOWN CANADA

    New columnist Heather Maxted on the beauty of small town curling trips – DIGITAL EDITION INCLUDES PHOTO GALLERY

  • ROAD TRIP II: TO YOUR STOMACH – DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE

    Columnist Andrew Stoakley reveals the curling world’s favourite road restaurants

  • ROAD TRIP III: THAT GUY – DIGITAL EDITION EXCLUSIVE

    Columnist Guy Scholz concludes his epic odyssey from Graceland to St. Paul

  • TEAM HOMAN GEARS UP

    One of the world’s top teams offers fans a chance to wear team clothing

  • And more… subscribe today!

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Vol. 58 Issue 4: February 2015

  • February 2015, Vol. 58, Issue 4NOT GONE GIRLS

    Sorry, boys : Our Hall-Of-Fame columnist Terry Jones proves that women – and perhaps mixed doubles – are the biggest things in curling these days – DIGITAL EDITION INCLUDES PHOTO GALLERY

  • (VIDEO) GAME ON

    Columnist Matt Brouwer dissects the curling video game industry and ranks his favourites – DIGITAL EDITION INCLUDES EXCLUSIVE ONLINE VIDEO

  • GONE DIGITAL

    Each and every issue of The Curling News is now enhanced and expanded online with more pages of exclusive, interactive curling content – but you must subscribe to get it all

  • CURLING TV/WEB GUIDE

    You won’t believe the amount of stuff to watch in February, and only we have the most in-depth and accurate listings – EXPANDED FOR DIGITAL EDITION

  • STOH PREVIEW – DIGITAL EXCLUSIVE

    The Curling News breaks down the provincial women’s championships in advance of February’s STOH nationals – INCLUDES EXCLUSIVE PHOTO GALLERIES

  • WORLD WHEELCHAIR PREVIEW

    Columnist Eric Eales previews the entire international field as the 2015 World Wheelchair Curling Championship is poised to begin

  • “ANY FOUR” VS THE PROVINCIAL ELITE

    How many times has once province’s championship men’s team NOT been skipped by one of “The Big Six”? The answer will shock you…

  • GOLD TRAIL RANKINGS

    Which three women’s teams have now earned over 100K this season? Only The Curling News tracks every dollar won in the sport, regardless of event affiliation

  • CLUB CORNER: RECREATION TRENDS

    Part III in columnist Mark Inglis’ series on How To Run A Curling Club – essential reading for any facility manager, volunteer or board member

  • CURLING IN AMERICA

    Columnist Guy Scholz is on the road again, this time from Graceland to St. Paul

  • THE CURLING COUCH POTATO

    From his world of golf and darts – that’s right, darts – columnist Bill Nielson summarizes a fall and winter of curling on TV

  • THE CURLING NEWSDESK

    What’s wrong with playdowns; Brazil versus USA; our Skins Game contest winner; Outdoor curling in Toronto; Target blew it with curling, among other things; who won and who lost on the Plays of the Year, and more – DIGITAL EDITION INCLUDES DIGITAL PHOTO GALLERIES

  • CATCH THE SPIRIT

    The 2015 Spirit of Curling Calendar raises funds for three charities, and curling communities too

  • And more… subscribe today!

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Vol. 58 Issue 3: January 2015

  • Layout 1BRIER/STOH FUTURE IN DOUBT

    Our Hall-Of-Fame columnist Terry Jones breaks down the CCA’s shocking event concepts of the future – INCLUDES DIGITAL PHOTO GALLERY

  • GONE DIGITAL

    As we’ve said, every issue of The Curling News is now enhanced and expanded online with more pages of exclusive, interactive curling content – but you must subscribe to get it all

  • CURLING TV/WEB GUIDE

    You won’t believe the amount of stuff to watch in January, and only we have the most in-depth and accurate listings – EXPANDED FOR DIGITAL EDITION

  • BEWARE THE CURLING ZOMBIES

    Veteran Jim Corrigan on the joy of beating young whippersnappers – DIGITAL EDITION INCLUDES EXCLUSIVE ONLINE VIDEO

  • U.S. TO COVER CANADIAN CURLING – DIGITAL EXCLUSIVE

    Dean Gemmell weighs in on the surprising landmark ESPN deal

  • GOLD TRAIL RANKINGS

    Only The Curling News tracks every dollar won in the sport, regardless of event affiliation

  • MAKING THE CURLING SAUSAGE

    Andrew Stoakley on assembling TV curling audio; plus the infamous crewspiel

  • TAKE A CHANCE – ON ABBA

    Matt Brouwer shares his pre-game warm-up secrets

  • THE CURLING NEWSDESK

    European roundup; Randy Ferbey introduces the Everest Pro-Am; three Men of Curling make their cheque presentations; the Grand Slams continue – INCLUDES DIGITAL PHOTO GALLERY

  • THEY SAID IT

    Our popular collection of quotable quotes on Twitter, featuring The Curling News, Mark Nichols, Team Casey, Rob Swan and Baron Von Awesome

  • OH NO, CANADA

    She won a provincial championship for Saskatchewan, but she cannot enter STOH playdowns – Fred Rinne adds fuel to the residency debate fire

  • THE QUEST TO FIND CANADA’S CUP

    Kevin Palmer travelled to Camrose to consider the words of Nostradamus

  • CATCH THE SPIRIT

    The 2015 Spirit of Curling Calendar raises funds for three charities, and curling communities too

  • And more… subscribe today!

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Linda Moore retires to battle neurological disorder

Rauter, Moore and Turnbull at Vancouver 2010 (TSN photo)

Rauter, Moore and Turnbull at Vancouver 2010 (TSN photo)

After a 25-year-career, Linda Moore has retired, effective immediately, from TSN curling broadcasts in Canada.

The network made the announcement today, citing “a chronic health condition.”

However, Linda wants the curling world to know… she’s okay!

“I have what’s called benign fasciculation syndrome,” Moore told The Curling News from her home in Vancouver. “It’s a neurological disorder and the doctors don’t really know what causes it, but it’s probably from a virus, or vaccines, or stress. It’s not Parkinsons, but it involves tiny, tiny twitches.”

Moore first noticed this occasional and involuntary twitching in July of 2013, and it has since travelled from the initial area of her calves and feet to her tongue and, more recently, to her fingers.

However, the other aspect is extreme fatigue, which she says is the main reason she has stepped aside after so many years.

“It’s the crew I’ll miss the most,” said Moore. “Twenty-five years with Vic Rauter… and I made it!” she joked.

TSN has rushed to fill the void left by Moore by announcing a roster of various analysts will join Rauter and Russ Howard on the talent crew. TSN’s first event of the year starts this week, on December 3, with the Canada Cup from Camrose, Alberta [UPDATE: And late Monday night, we learned that 2010 Olympic silver medallist Cheryl Bernard would be the first to fill in for Moore in Camrose].

“Linda is not only an excellent curling analyst, she’s also an excellent broadcaster,” said Scott Higgins, Senior Producer, Curling on TSN. “She has been incredibly well-researched, with a natural ability to tell stories. Her greatest strength is her depth of knowledge, and her insights into the game within the game.”

“I want to thank Vic Rauter for being my guide during those years, as well as Russ Howard and Ray Turnbull for sharing the booth with me,” Linda told TSN public relations. “Thanks as well to Scott Higgins and all our incredible producers; Andy Bouyoukos and the other talented directors; my colleagues Cathy Gauthier and Bryan Mudryk; and everyone involved with TSN curling.  This is a group of talented people who are passionate about sharing the superb skills of curlers with fans, and I have been proud to be a part of the crew for so long. I wish the TSN crew all the best for the coming season.

“As well, thanks to the fantastic curlers, hard-working event host committees, and the fans who have let me into their homes for so many years. You may still see me at your local curling clubs, helping to coach a team at a practice or bonspiel.”

Moore skipped a national and world champion team from British Columbia in the mid-1980s, and also won demonstration gold at the 1988 Olympic Winter Games in Calgary. She has also served the sport as an administrator; as Executive Director of CurlBC for 19 years, promoting the sport and developing curling programs throughout the province, and also as the ED of the Sandra Schmirler Foundation (2005-06).

As a Level 4 certified coach, Moore has been actively involved in coaching for many years. Her husband, Al Moore, also coaches actively, and is currently raking in gold medals as the coach of Switzerland’s national women’s team.

Linda Moore was inducted into the Canadian Curling Hall of Fame in 1991 and the BC Sports Hall of Fame in 1990 as part of the 1985 World Championship team.

You can read the full TSN news release here.

The December 2014 issue of The Curling News is now in circulation, and includes the Canada Cup broadcast schedule as a part of the “Curling TV/Web Guide”. The guide is also expanded with additional listings in the December digital edition, being released tomorrow to subscribers. To purchase a subscription, and with that an extra nine entry ballots into The Curling News‘ Pinty’s All-Star Curling Skins Game contest, click here.

Tell us what you think in the Comments section below – we’ll make sure your best wishes are sent along to Linda!

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Vol. 58 Issue 2: December 2014

  • Layout 1GREAT SHOT

    Mike McEwen killed it with the early Shot Of The Year nominee; click on the centre house in the digital edition to launch the video

  • CRISIS ON THE COUCH

    Our Hall-Of-Fame columnist Terry Jones thinks curling is cooking its own golden goose

  • MURDER, SUICIDE OR MERCY KILLING?

    Rodger Schmidt is back with the behind-the-scenes scoop on the debacle that is German curling

  • GONE DIGITAL

    As we said, every issue of The Curling News is now enhanced and expanded online with more pages of exclusive, interactive curling content – but you must subscribe to get it all

  • CURLING TV/WEB GUIDE

    You won’t believe the amount of stuff to watch in late November through December, and only we have the most in-depth and accurate listings – EXPANDED FOR DIGITAL EDITION

  • THE FERB ON TELEVISION – DIGITAL EXCLUSIVE

    Randy Ferbey weighs in on TV curling and who are the best commentators – and not

  • CLUB CORNER: FINANCIAL PLANNING 101

    This second chapter in Mark Inglis’ three-part examination is essential reading for every curling manager and volunteer – that is all

  • STRATEGY: NEW 5RFGZ MOVES

    Mike McEwen shares some strategy secrets in today’s ultra-modern curling game

  • THE CURLING NEWSDESK

    Our annual Holiday Shopping Guide; curling cover boy raises over $16,000; Homan a hit at the Bay Street Bonspiel; the Canadian Mixed with online photo gallery (digital exclusive)

  • CHINA CHEATERS

    Robbie Gallaugher with some shocking insights into the scary growth of Chinese curling

  • JA, PRETZEL LOGIC

    Matt Sussman looks at Germany’s woes and suggests a savior for U.S. curling – jawohl!

  • INSIDE THE DEN – DIGITAL EXCLUSIVE

    The Hardline boys take our readers deeper into the Dragons’ Den and reveal more about their Big Deal

  • FOR THE LOVE OF MEAT

    Matt Brouwer cooks a steak, and recalls his greatest curling triumph (featuring a digital exclusive video)

  • CURLING IN AMERICA – DIGITAL EXCLUSIVE

    Guy Scholz is back with an extensive look at his fascinating – and gold medal-winning – U.S. Arena Nats team

  • CATCH THE SPIRIT

    The 2015 Spirit of Curling Calendar raises funds for three charities, and curling communities too

  • And more… subscribe today!

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New curling calendar now on sale

Another fundraising tool for curling facilities

Celebrate the Roaring Game in all its glory – for some great causes

Celebrate the Roaring Game – and support some great causes

First came the Women of Curling. Then, last season, the Men of Curling.

Now for 2015, The Curling News and The Community Fundraiser have announced the Spirit of Curling, the latest installment in their successful series of fundraising wall calendars.

The 2015 Spirit of Curling Calendar retails online for $20.00 each plus taxes, shipping and handling, at The Spirit of Curling website.

A portion of proceeds from each purchase go to three charitable campaigns: the Canadian Curling Association’s “For The Love of Curling” philanthropic program, the Sandra Schmirler Foundation, which has now contributed over $2.5 million to 35 Canadian hospital neonatal intensive care units, and the Canadian Spinal Research Organization’s “Shoot For A Cure” campaign, which amasses research funding to find a cure for spinal paralysis.

“The 2014 Men of Curling Calendar raised more than $100,000 for multiple charities and causes, across Canada and around the world,” said George Karrys, Publisher of The Curling News. “Now, the 2015 Spirit of Curling Calendar will engage curlers and curling fans in a celebration of the tradition, honour and great history of the Roaring Game.”

A special curling facility program is also available, allowing clubs to purchase copies at a discount and re-sell the calendars in the local community for a fundraising profit, to aid in any number of areas – including capital costs, prize funds, and support for junior, bantam or Little Rock programs.

“The 2015 Spirit of Curling Calendar is a great fundraising tool for curling centres across Canada, the United States, Europe and other curling-crazy countries,” said Rick Warner, President of The Community Fundraiser. “Any interested club representatives can call or email, and we will set them up to engage their communities this fall.”

Each calendar is printed on glossy stock and shrink-wrapped, and ships in a protective envelope with a stiff cardboard insert. Each of the 12 calendar months features a comprehensive worldwide curling tournament schedule, listing colour-coded men’s, women’s, mixed and open events.

The Canadian Curling Association also commented on today’s release.

“We’re extremely pleased that this beautiful calendar will play a significant role in continuing the growth of curling in Canada,” said CCA Chief Executive Officer Greg Stremlaw. “Like For The Love of Curling, the Spirit of Curling puts its focus on the grassroots of the game, while still acknowledging some of the sport’s biggest names and showing their athleticism. And the added bonus is that by buying this calendar, you’re helping young curlers and local curling centres.”

Advance orders for the 2015 Spirit of Curling Calendar are now underway at The Spirit of Curling website, with product shipping in the second week of November.

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Digital + Print = Happy Curling Fans

The Curling News expands its digital curling reach

Kevin Palmer's April/May digital column was a hit

Kevin Palmer’s April/May digital column was a hit with fans

TORONTO – Now into it’s 58th season of publishing, The Curling News has gone digital for the year 2015.

Subscribers will receive all six monthly issues in print format as they have since 1957. However, subscribers will also receive an email message each month directing them to an expanded, enhanced online version of that issue.

Modelled after four one-off digital editions The Curling News has produced since 2012, each digital issue will feature extra pages of content plus enhancements to the editorial and advertising content from the print edition.

Click on a story, and it might launch a webpage which continues the discussion.

Click on a photograph, and it might launch a photo gallery of additional images.

Click on an advertisement, and it might launch an online video.

“The official launch of The Curling News digital subscriber editions marks the end of a lengthy period of research, investigation and preparation,” said George Karrys, owner and publisher of The Curling News since 2003.

“This is what we’ve seen from major publishers around the world, and this is what the curling world has been asking for. At The Curling News, we are pleased to be able to offer these enhanced and expanded content services with no price increase to our advertising partners, and also at no price increase to our valued subscribers.”

The November issue of The Curling News – both print and digital – will be unleashed on or around November 1, and will boast the return of well-known columnists – including sports hall of fame scribe Terry Jones – plus a slew of new contributors, including Matt Brouwer, Andrew Stoakely, Mark Inglis, Stephanie LeDrew and the one and only Randy Ferbey.

NOTE: Each issue’s subscriber log-in name and password access will be provided by an email message; therefore new and current subscribers should ensure The Curling News has their email address on file.

To confirm your email address with The Curling News, send us a direct message through the website CONTACT page.

To subscribe to The Curling News, visit the SUBSCRIBE tab.

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Vol. 58 Issue 1: November 2014

TCN Cover 2014 NovREAD THE EXPANDED/ENHANCED DIGITAL VERSION OF THIS ISSUE ONLINE SOON!
  • SADDLE UP

    The new season has begun and Terry Jones predicts a wild ride

  • GONE DIGITAL

    Every issue of The Curling News is now enhanced and expanded online – but you must subscribe to get it all

  • CATCH THE SPIRIT

    The 2015 Spirit of Curling Calendar raises funds for three charities, and curling communities too

  • CURLING TV/WEB GUIDE

    You won’t believe the amount of stuff to watch in November and early December, and only we have the latest accurate listings

  • NEW COLUMNIST: THE FERB

    New contributor Randy Ferbey explains an addiction

  • NEW COLUMNIST: ANDREW STOAKLEY – DIGITAL EXCLUSIVE

    Behind the Board – and behind the scenes – with one of TV curling’s previously-anonymous insiders

  • THE CURLING NEWSDESK

    Rob Swan’s “Curling Across The Nation” and schedule; Who designs those cool customized brushes; Exclusive celebrity curling photos no one has seen

  • THE CURLING NEWSDESK – DIGITAL EXCLUSIVE

    More pages of exclusive, interactive curling content

  • NEW COLUMNIST: MATT BROUWER

    Is this a golden age of curling broadcasting, or are we held hostage by billion-dollar mega-corps?

  • CURLING IN AMERICA – DIGITAL EXCLUSIVE

    Dean Gemmell on The American Dream: At Least it’s Still Alive in Curling

  • CLUB CORNER: DEATH AND LIFE OF A CURLING CENTRE

    First in a three-part examination of club culture by new columnist Mark Inglis

  • CURL COACH: APP-TASTIC – DIGITAL EXCLUSIVE

    A look inside the popular curling application

  • ICE GOLD: NEW CURLING BOOK

    We dig in to the new ECW tome written by Ted Wyman; watch for our online contest launching November 1

  • THEY SAID IT – DIGITAL EXCLUSIVE

    Our popular collection of quotable quotes from around the curling world

  • And more… SUBSCRIBE today!

 

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Curling supplier Plays It Forward

Retailer supports curling facilities

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TORONTO – fUZION Sportswear has already made an impact on the curling scene, as their dye sublimation technology allows teams to go “seamless” with a variety of patterns, designs and logos on their competition wear. They’ve signed up a few top-ranked high-performance squads for their “Ambassador” program, and they are also rumours of replica team competition jackets and shirts hitting the market soon.

Now in their third year on the rock scene, the company has also introduced “Play It Forward”, a new program which delivers value from any player’s purchase decisions back to that player’s home curling facility.

For example, a purchase of four sublimated SMARTFLEX jackets plus four sublimated CIRCULAIR shirts will give your curling club a rebate of CDN $50.00.

With a purchase of four jackets plus eight sublimated shirts, the curling club scores a $100.00 rebate.

“Although we are a new team this year, two of our members were part of a team that wore fUZION uniforms last year,” said Kalie McKenna, a member of Ottawa’s Team Butler-Rohland. “We absolutely loved the fit of the uniforms and the ability to create a custom design. We contacted fUZION for pricing and additional information and that’s when we became aware of Play It Forward, which was just another incentive to wear fUZION apparel this season.”

The squad’s decision to go with Fuzion has already guaranteed a rebate payment to the Rideau Curling Club, the home of Team Butler-Rohland.

“So we look great, we can capitalize on sponsorship opportunities for our team, and we’re giving back to our club,” said McKenna. “I can’t think of a single reason why you wouldn’t want to be part of Play It Forward.”

fUZION also offers a club program, where jackets and scarves purchased by any facility pro shop – adorned with club logos and even personalized on request – also deliver rebate revenues.

Posters promoting the program (above left) are now in the mail to all 960-odd curling clubs across Canada.

Meanwhile, fUZION Managing Director Jamie Vickerman has also been beating the drum for the new program.

“We’re hoping that curlers of all skill levels, particularly recreational players, will take advantage of this offer and pass the word along at their curling clubs,” said Vickerman. “You can wear what the pros wear, and look great on the ice, and help your clubs as well. The more teams involved, the more funds for your club to receive and use as required. Just contact us for help on your graphic ideas, and let’s get started.”

Poster graphic by fUZION Sportswear (click on image to increase viewing size)

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