Wild And RBC Wealth Management To Auction Team Practice Jerseys
Monday, 12.13.2010 / 11:25 AM / News
The Minnesota Wild along with RBC Wealth Management announced the club will be auctioning off individual player practice jerseys beginning today exclusively on Wild.com with all proceeds being donated to Minnesota Hockey’s Gear Up Minnesota! program.
“We are very excited to partner with Gear Up Minnesota!,” said Tom Sagissor, North Regional Director of RBC Wealth Management. “As a father of four hockey players, I know how important this sport can be to a child. We are so proud to support this program because it provides an opportunity for kids to play a sport they love and develop skills that will last them a lifetime.”
Individuals will be able to place bids on the practice jerseys of specific Wild players through the auction’s completion on January 31 by going to Wild.com, highlighting the “Community” tab, and then selecting “Online Auction.” You can also find the page by clicking here.
Winners will not only receive a Wild practice jersey, but will also be able to attend a closed-to-the-public Wild practice where they will meet the player whose jersey they bid on and have him autograph it.
All proceeds will go to the Gear Up Minnesota! program which provides equipment grants to hockey associations throughout Minnesota in an effort to minimize the expense of playing hockey and get more boys and girls involved in the game.
RBC Wealth Management operates as a division of RBC Capital Markets Corporation and has corporate headquarters in Minneapolis. Founded in 1909, RBC Capital Markets, LLC is a member of the New York Stock Exchange, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority and other major securities exchanges, as well as the Securities Investor Protection Corp. In 2009 the firm gave approximately $4.1 million to charitable causes in communities in which it serves. For additional information please go to the RBC website.
Minnesota Hockey, a USA Hockey affiliate, is the governing body of youth hockey in Minnesota and the premier developer of young hockey players in the state. With over 63,000 registered players and coaches, it is the largest state governing body for hockey in the United States. For additional information about Minnesota Hockey and its programs please go to the Minnesota Hockey website.