SOURCE: Scotiabank


May 21, 2014 09:00 ET

Saskatchewan Roughrider Fans Invited to Scotiabank Game Changers Kickoff BBQ in Regina

Program Recognizes Volunteers Who Give Back to Their Communities

REGINA, SK--(Marketwired - May 21, 2014) - To celebrate a new year of the Scotiabank Game Changers program, Scotiabank and the Saskatchewan Roughriders are inviting the community to a kick-off barbeque in Regina, which features Roughrider players/alumni and Gainer the Gopher in attendance, as well as great food and giveaways for fans that stop by.

Money raised by the events will go to Cameco Touchdown for Dreams. 

Scotiabank encourages everyone to take part in this year's Scotiabank Game Changers program by nominating community heroes they want to see recognized during the Saskatchewan Roughriders' regular season. Nominations open on May 28 at Individual Scotiabank Game Changers will be recognized and awarded $1,000 for the registered charity or non-profit cause of their choice at the first eight regular season home games. Scotiabank will also provide a $25,000 donation to the Scotiabank Game Changer finalist at the last regular season home game.


BBQs celebrating the launch of the 2014 Scotiabank Game Changers Program. The community is invited to come down to enjoy great food and prizes, meet Roughrider players, take photos with Gainer the Gopher and raise money for the great cause Cameco Touchdown for Dreams!

Saskatchewan Roughrider players
Gainer the Gopher
Representatives from local charities


Thursday, May 29th, 2014 
12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.


Scotiabank Branch at 625 University Park Drive, Regina

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