Manulife Financial LPGA Classic Announces Official Partners

Hee Young Park
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Hee Young Park of South Korea and her caddie Kylie Pratt Australia celebrate a three hole playoff win over Angela Stanford during the fourth round of the Manulife Financial LPGA Classic at the Grey Silo Golf Course in Waterloo, Canada.

Waterloo – The Manulife Financial LPGA Classic announced today that Southwestern Ontario Toyota Dealers, Brick Brewery, and Piller’s Fine Foods, have been added as official partners of the tournament.

Joining the Province of Ontario, City of Waterloo, the Waterloo Inn & Conference Hotel, and GolfNorth Properties, the Manulife Financial LPGA Classic is excited to announce these additions to the corporate partnership program.

Contributing to the overall experience of the Manulife Financial LPGA Classic, Toyota will be the official vehicle sponsor of the tournament. The company will provide transportation around the region for Players and Officials. Additionally, Toyota will display vehicles on-site and offer a test-drive program for spectators. Spectators can also check out the Toyota pavilion overlooking the 17th hole.

As Ontario’s original and largest Canadian-based craft brewery, Brick Brewing Company has a rich history in the beer and beverage industry in Canada and also offers a wide range of Seagram all natural coolers and finely crafted cider that can be found coast to coast. Waterloo Brewing Co., the craft brewing division of Brick Brewing Co. Limited, rewards beer drinkers with a selection of award-winning IPA, Pilsner, Dark and Amber craft beers along with an impressive assortment of seasonal specialties.

Piller’s has become one of North America’s largest producers of European sausages and deli meats, famous for award-winning products such as Black Forest ham and air-dried salamis. Piller’s uses a natural aging, curing, and smoking process that continues to keep customers coming back for more.

“Working with these strong businesses, all of which have local ties and understand the value in supporting the community, is very important to us,” said Richard Kuypers, Tournament Director. “Like our title sponsor Manulife, they lead by example in our community and we are thrilled to have them on board as official partners.”

For more information, including ticketing and volunteer opportunities, visit www.manulifeclassic.ca.

Topics: Manulife Financial LPGA Classic, Press Release

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