Friday 8 December 2017

Global Ag Risk Solutions Partners with the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (SJHL) as New Title Sponsor of Division

(SJHL Press Release) 

Global Ag Risk Solutions has partnered with the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, and will be the new title sponsor for the division which includes the Battlefords North Stars, Humboldt Broncos, Kindersley Klippers and Notre Dame Hounds, effective immediately.

With headquarters in Moose Jaw, Global Ag Risk Solutions is a fixture in our province’s farming community, and is excited to assist the athletes in those communities, many of which will end up making careers in the agricultural industry, following in the footsteps of several SJHL alumni.

“Global Ag Risk Solutions is very excited to be a part of the SJHL.  We have a long history of top-level athletes coming to work for us, after their playing careers are over. And we look for the drive, dedication and teamwork that high performing athletes have,” explained Grant Kosior, President and CEO of Global Ag Risk Solutions.  “We are proud to support the SJHL, and the kids that play there in the rural communities, where we do business, and we see it as a great fit for our company, and a chance to give back to a sport we love.”

Bill Chow, President of the SJHL, is extremely excited that Global Ag Risk Solutions is now a division sponsor.
He went on to say, "there are similarities between these two organizations - Global Ag Risk Solutions provides an innovative product that supports the farmers of Saskatchewan, and the SJHL provides support, as well as a great development
opportunity for young players. The partnership is definitely a good fit."

About Global Ag Risk Solutions

Global Ag Risk Solutions launched the world’s first margin protection product in 2011. It offers what no other insurance can, by allowing farmers to maximize inputs and add more coverage with every additional spend on fertilizer, seed or chemical – without increasing premiums. Global Ag Risk Solutions is entering its eighth year of insuring Canadian growers, and now in the third year in the US.

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