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Whitecaps FC Team up with MNP for a Strategic Sponsorship

April 16, 2021 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - Vancouver Whitecaps FC News Release


VANCOUVER, BC - Vancouver Whitecaps FC and MNP, a national accounting, consulting and tax firm, have teamed up for a strategic sponsorship that names the Canadian-based firm as the official accounting and tax services provider of the Major League Soccer club.

"We are proud to be working with MNP," said Wade Martin, Whitecaps FC chief revenue officer. "Our organizations share values of diversity, inclusion, and strengthening communities. We are looking forward to working together as business leaders."

MNP will deliver accounting and tax services to the club under a three-year partnership, which will see the firm showcased within Whitecaps FC marketing assets and broadcasts throughout the seasons.

"We are thrilled to join forces with the Whitecaps. Our cultures and values are well-aligned, and we share the same entrepreneurial, community-focused approach," said MNP's Darren Turchansky, executive vice president for MNP operations in British Columbia. "We've built our business to serve the needs of every city and town where our people live, work and play - everything we do begins at the local level, with a relationship. And now we are very excited for our new relationship with the Whitecaps."

MNP is also working with the club as an associate partner of a newly developed business club that will be officially announced this season. Current stakeholders and members of the business community in B.C. can look forward to exclusive virtual, in-person, and match day events and offerings, including educational forums, seminars, and networking opportunities. MNP is an integral contributor to Whitecaps FC's newest initiative in the business world.

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