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TD Announced as Official Bank of the Rush

January 4, 2019 - National Lacrosse League (NLL) - Saskatchewan Rush News Release

Saskatoon, SK - Today, the Saskatchewan Rush announced the renewal of a monumental corporate partnership with TD. An early partner of the Rush organization in Saskatchewan, TD is now the exclusive Official Bank of the Saskatchewan Rush.

"This partnership aligns very closely to TD's roadmap for investing in our communities through the 'The Ready Commitment'. Our focus is on the environment, improving people's financial security and health, and we truly want everyone to participate and feel included in their communities. In a world where people are increasingly isolated, we want to help bring people together.

We know that people choose to live in Saskatchewan because they can build the life they want - a safe and inclusive place to live, work and raise your family. And we know TD's partnership with the Rush will definitely strengthen our community spirit and give everyone a great team to cheer for!" - Ryan Barclay, District Vice President for Branch Banking in Saskatchewan, TD

TD will continue to support the Kid Captain initiative at every home game this season, along with the annual Children's Hospital Night taking place on April 27th. TD will also now support a Rush Junior Reporter initiative, and the TD logo will be on Rush jerseys for all home games this season.

"We're extremely excited to announce TD as the Official Bank of the Rush, cementing our partnership which dates back to our first year in Saskatchewan.

TD has a long tradition of supporting all things Saskatchewan and we look forward to raising awareness and funds together for worthwhile causes across the province highlighted our signature event: the TD Jim Pattison Children's Hospital game."

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