Sens Foundation

Sens Foundation

May 30, 2013 12:55 ET

Media Advisory: Chris and Caitlin Neil to unveil Roger's Dream Team in support of Scotiabank Walk, Roll & Run for Roger's House

OTTAWA, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - May 30, 2013) - The Sens Foundation will host a news conference on Friday, May 31, at 10:30 a.m., at Scotiabank Place to introduce members of the 2013 Roger's Dream Team. This team of children receiving care at Roger's House, supported by their families, will spearhead the charge to encourage families, individuals, companies and organizations to participate and support the Scotiabank Walk, Roll & Run for Roger's House, which takes place on Sunday, June 16, outside of Scotiabank Place.

Dream team coaches Chris and Caitlin Neil, both honorary chairs of Roger's House, will be on-hand to answer questions about this year's squad and their own commitment to the event.

In addition to introducing this year's dream team, the Neils will invite Senators fans to support their Walk, Roll & Run participation by joining the event or by making a pledge.

Sens Foundation president Danielle Robinson will also be available to provide information on how the community can get involved. Roger's House executive director Lloyd Cowin will explain why Sens Foundation funding is so critical to the level and quality of care provided by his staff and by volunteers.

Currently demonstrating support for Roger's Dream Team and the Scotiabank Walk, Roll and Run 2013 for Roger's House are the following corporate sponsors: Scotiabank, The Ottawa Citizen, Enterprise Rent-a-car, Rideau Centre, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, Coke, Mattamy Homes, Waste Management and media sponsors MAJIC 100 and EMC - Your Community Newspaper.

Where: Scotiabank Place, 1000 Palladium Drive, Ottawa (Gate 1 entrance)

When: Friday, May 31, at 10:30 a.m.

Who: Roger's Dream Team members and their families; Senators forward and Roger's House honourary co-chairs Chris Neil and his wife Caitlin; Lloyd Cowin, executive director, Roger's House; Julie Frey, customer service manager, Scotiabank and Danielle Robinson, president, Sens Foundation.

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