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News Archive: Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Since signing with the Blue Bombers in April, 2010, Pierce has made a commitment to the city of Winnipeg by putting up permanent residence year-round and has been very active in the community, giving back whenever he can. He has donated his time to organizations such as the United Way and has participated in many Blue Bomber appearances with the I Love to Read program at various schools throughout the city and province. Pierce has also taken the time to reach outside of Winnipeg and has travelled to many different rural towns throughout Manitoba for public speaking events. [Click on Pic to learn more]
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers Team up with the Keeping Abreast Organization to Help Raise Funds for Breast Cancer Research
Winnipeg Blue Bomber players will be able to wear pink themed items from Reebok on their October 22nd home game vs. Montreal. As well, fans can purchase for the first time Blue Bomber pink hats, short sleeve and long sleeve Reebok branded t-shirts and a new style of pink logo’d toques and scarves with the Blue Bomber and Breast Cancer logo on them. This merchandise is available by visiting the Bomber Store at Canad Inns Stadium or online at www.bluebombers.com/store. [Click on Pic to learn more]
Starting October 5th Blue Bomber fans can purchase a limited number of tickets (350 per game) for the two remaining regular season home games (October 22nd against the Montreal Alouettes and October 28th against the Toronto Argonauts) for $30 plus tax, exclusively at Madison Square Safeway located at 1612 Ness Avenue near Canad Inns Stadium. A portion of each ticket sold ($7.25) will be donated by Safeway and the Blue Bombers to Football Manitoba in a trust fund for two scholarships in honour of Coach Harris for the 2012 football season.[Click on PIc to learn more]
MTS is donating 100 tickets to every Bomber home game to United Way of Winnipeg to distribute to its youth serving agencies. Local youth who would not usually have the opportunity to attend a game will now along with their families be able to cheer on the Blue Bombers from the new ‘MTS Zone’ in section A at Canad Inns Stadium. [Click on Pic to learn more]
Luke Fritz on to Third Round of Voting for Pepsi Refresh Contest to End Child Hunger! Vote for him today!
Third round voting lasts until November 24th 10am ET – and you can vote more than once! [Click on Pic to learn more]