Monday December 2, 2013

BOYNECLARKE LLP Competes in the SportNS Corporate Games

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This year BOYNECLARKE LLP entered three teams in the Sport Nova Scotia Corporate Games.

In its first year, the Corporate Games took place on November 23rd at the Canada Games Centre. Throughout the day, businesses competed in team building games and challenges in support of amateur sport.

Though 9-legged-races may have been our weakness, fundraising was not!

The 3 BOYNECLARKE Teams, the Charity Champions, Legal Action and the Precedent Settlers took the Top 3 Team Fundraising spots, collectively raising over $11,000! BOYNECLARKE team members also held 8 of the top 10 individual fundraisers spots, including all top 7!

Proceeds from the Corporate Games will help support Sport Nova Scotia in the delivery of programming including our KidSport and Parasport programs.

A big thank you goes out to our friends and colleagues who are a huge part of our fundraising initiatives throughout the year.

For more information on the SportNS Corporate Games, Click Here.

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