For the 11th consecutive year, FCA Canada is partnering with the country’s Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge dealerships to sponsor a number of different minor hockey teams across Canada as part of its Dodge Caravan Kids program, and it will also be a co-presenting sponsor for a third year of the Rogers Hometown Hockey tour that will be criss-crossing the country all through the hockey season.
The Rogers tour kicked into gear this past weekend in Newmarket, Ontario, and will include stops in Montreal (November 11-12, when the Canadiens host the Chicago Blackhawks), Vancouver (January 14-15, with Vancouver receiving the New Jersey Devils) and Ottawa (March 18-19, Senators vs. Canadiens).
“Dodge is proud to be back sponsoring Rogers Hometown Hockey for a third season,” said Bill Levasseur, Vice-President Marketing at FCA Canada. “There is no doubt Canadians are passionate about hockey, and if you look across any local arena’s parking lot, you can’t help but notice it’s filled with Dodge and Chrysler minivans. This is a testament to the functionality and versatility of our minivans, which help hockey families play the game they love. Further, we’re very excited to enter into our 11th season of grassroots team sponsorship through the Dodge Caravan Kids program, which helps make the game of hockey more affordable for families across the country.”
In addition to minivans, FCA offers a wide choice of vehicles that appeal to families and their young hockey players thanks to their great versatility. These include popular models like the Dodge Journey and the Jeep Compass, not to mention the all-new Chrysler Pacifica.
To learn more about the Roger Hometown Hockey tour, visit their website.