BMO Financial renews St. Lawrence Parks Commission sponsorship deal

BMO Bank of Montreal representatives delivered $25,000 to Upper Canada Village July 11.

This is the first installment of a $75,000 three-year sponsorship renewal with the St. Lawrence Parks Commission.

The sponsorship continues the BMO’s support for the operation of the miniature train, The Moccasin, at Upper Canada Village during the regular season and for Alight at Night. 

It too will fund the construction of a Tribute Wall at the Fort Henry Discovery Centre in Kingston.

BMO Financial Group has been a sponsor of the St. Lawrence Parks Commission since 2006.

“We are pleased to support such great local attractions as Upper Canada Village and Fort Henry.  At BMO, we understand the importance of local community support,” said Katherine Scarlett, Personal Banking Area Manager, BMO Bank of Montreal. 

“Both the Village and Fort Henry are wonderful family attractions and we are pleased to be a continued partner of the St. Lawrence Parks Commission,” said Katherine Scarlett, Personal Banking Area Manager, BMO Financial Group.

“Due to the continued support of BMO Financial Group, we are able to continue to deliver quality experiences to our many visitors each year. The Moccasin train experience is a favourite activity for families visiting Upper Canada Village during our main season as well as during the Alight at Night festival. BMO has been key partner of the St. Lawrence Parks Commission since 2006 and we appreciate their continued support,” said Geoff Waycik, Manager, Upper Canada Village, St. Lawrence Parks Commission.

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