CALGARY, AB, March 7, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- In partnership with Curling Canada and TSN, Everest is bringing fans the moments that matter to Canada's most iconic curlers. The Moments that Matter series will air on TSN in Canada and ESPN3 streaming in the US during the Tim Hortons Brier, Home Hardware Canadian Mixed Doubles Championship and BKT Tires & OK Tire World Men's Curling Championship and will feature the most important curling moments through the years as recounted by an A-list group of curlers, including:
"Everest has always been proud to support Canadian curling and helping create moments for curlers across the country through our sponsorship of the Everest Canadian Seniors Championships, the Everest Curling Club Championships, the Everest Curling Challenge on TSN, the Everest-Ferbey National Pro Am and the TSN All-Star Curling Skins," CEO Mark Duffey says. "This series is another way Everest fosters and celebrates the unique culture of community and caring that runs deep through this special sport."
"There's no sport like curling when it comes to celebrating our history, especially when there have been so many memorable moments involving Canadian athletes at championship events," says Katherine Henderson, Chief Executive Officer of Curling Canada. "Like all Canadian curling fans, I look forward to reliving these memories, and feeling the chills go down my spine as we watch these Moments That Matter, and we appreciate the support of Everest in making this happen." Everest is a sponsor of the Curling's Capital event happening in the hub city of Calgary, which is being held without fans this year. You can read more about how Curling Canada is overcoming COVID-19 challenges ahead of the championships here.
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