Scotiabank has been providing financial services to Canadian farms and agri-businesses for more than 185 years, and they have seen a lot of change along the way. From small family farms to large-scale producers and processors, Scotiabank has responded to customers’ changing needs. But one thing remains constant – their commitment to serve those that feed our nation.
“When it comes to agriculture, we get it,” says Courtney Thevenot, Director and Group Lead of Scotiabank Agricultural Banking. “Ag in Motion™ provides a unique opportunity to support the agriculture community that impacts the world around us, and allows us say thank you to producers and business owners in the industry.”
There are exciting things happening at the Scotiabank Pavilion at Ag in Motion this year, including hockey activities and a raffle draw for tickets and signed jerseys. “Nothing compliments agriculture communities better than hockey,” says Thevenot. “Scotiabank is also committed to helping young people reach their infinite potential both on and off the ice, and supports one million kids and counting through the commitment to community hockey across Canada. At Scotiabank, we believe that everyone needs a team. Whether at work, at school or on the ice, we know that being part of a team is a living example of how we’re better together. Hockey matters to Scotiabank because it matters to Canadians. We are proud fans, coaches, and players.”
Please join the team at the Scotiabank Pavilion at Ag in Motion for some hockey fun, and don’t forget to enter your name in the draw to win a pair of tickets to the Heritage Classic in Regina on Saturday, October 26, as well as signed Calgary Flames (Monahan) and Winnipeg Jets (Scheifele) jerseys.
Range Road 3083,
RM of Corman Park Section 15 Northwest of Saskatoon on Hwy. 16, at Glacier FarmMedia Discovery Farm Langham