– CANADA, Burnaby – Canlan Ice Sports Corp. (TSX:ICE) today announced that Mr. Doug Brownridge has joined the Board of Directors effective March 23, 2015.
Mr. Brownridge currently serves on various boards including Coast Capital Savings Credit Union and as Chair of Aprio Governance Software. Over the past 20 years, Mr. Brownridge has held senior marketing and business development positions at Intrawest, Rogers, PMC-Sierra, and Motorola. Mr. Brownridge is currently the Chief Operating Officer of IJL Canada Franchisee. IJL is the world’s largest non-internet dating service, with over 150 locations worldwide. Doug is also an avid hockey player and sports enthusiast.
Mr. Brownridge brings a wealth of brand management and marketing experience to Canlan’s Board and will provide added leadership through his experience in driving growth, innovation, and customer engagement.
“We are excited to have Doug join the Canlan Board as the experience and knowledge he brings will benefit the Company in helping to accelerate the growth of our revenue base both organically and through facility expansion,” said Grant Ballantyne, Chairman of the Board.
About Canlan Ice Sports
Canlan Ice Sports Corp. is the North American leader in the development, operations and ownership of multi-purpose recreation and entertainment facilities. We are the largest private sector owner and operator of recreational ice sports facilities in North America and currently own and/or manage 20 facilities in Canada and the United States with 55 ice surfaces, as well as indoor soccer fields, ball diamonds, curling rinks, volleyball courts and basketball courts.
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