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Investors Group contributes $50K to BU's Healthy Living Centre

The scoreboard in the main gym of Brandon University’s Healthy Living Centre. BU says Investors Group is donating $50,000 toward the HLC. The company is sponsoring the score clock.

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The scoreboard in the main gym of Brandon University’s Healthy Living Centre. BU says Investors Group is donating $50,000 toward the HLC. The company is sponsoring the score clock.

Brandon University’s Healthy Living Centre is getting a $50,000 funding boost.

The university announced on Tuesday Investors Group is contributing $50,000 toward the HLC. Investors Group is sponsoring the score clock in the main gym of the HLC, the home of the Bobcats’ basketball and volleyball teams.

"Investors Group is pleased to support the Brandon University Healthy Living Centre benefiting everyone in western Manitoba," said Tim Rowan, regional director, Investors Group Western Manitoba office in Brandon. "We are committed to supporting worthwhile initiatives such as this to help our communities stay healthy, grow and prosper."

BU president Deborah Poff said, "The legacy of giving demonstrated by Investors Group supports not only our university but the community that we serve, contributing more than $200,000 to capital campaigns, including the current BUILD initiative, Bobcat Athletics, the Investors Group Distinguished Speakers Series and various other projects."

Investors Group, founded in 1926, is a national leader in delivering personalized financial solutions to Canadians through a network of approximately 4,600 consultants located throughout Canada.

» Brandon Sun

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition April 23, 2014

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Brandon University’s Healthy Living Centre is getting a $50,000 funding boost.

The university announced on Tuesday Investors Group is contributing $50,000 toward the HLC. Investors Group is sponsoring the score clock in the main gym of the HLC, the home of the Bobcats’ basketball and volleyball teams.

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Brandon University’s Healthy Living Centre is getting a $50,000 funding boost.

The university announced on Tuesday Investors Group is contributing $50,000 toward the HLC. Investors Group is sponsoring the score clock in the main gym of the HLC, the home of the Bobcats’ basketball and volleyball teams.

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