Mosaic Sponsors Saskatchewan Experience Centre
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Mosaic Sponsors Saskatchewan Experience Centre

 
February 22, 2010   |   ShareThis

Sample Pic The Saskatchewan Pavilion is a key component of the global celebration taking place in Vancouver during the Games, and it shows Canada and the rest of the world exactly what Saskatchewan has to offer.

The Saskatchewan Pavilion encompasses more than 20,500 square feet at Concord Place on the north shore of False Creek and features a monumental, 6-storey video dome as a the Saskatchewan Experience Centre. It looms high above the expansive 7,500 square foot Entertainment Centre and presents an unmistakable landmark in the downtown area. With daily exposure to thousands of visitors, the Saskatchewan Pavilion is educating and entertaining people from around the globe during the Games.

"We are pleased to be a corporate partner in the Olympic Pavilion," The Mosaic Company Senior Vice President - Potash Operations Norm Beug said. "This is an opportunity for us to showcase our company to the world and support Saskatchewan's sport, culture and recreation through the Legacy Fund. We believe that strength in those areas is an important part of what makes Saskatchewan such a great place to do business."

Corporate and city partners include Mosaic Potash, Saskatchewan Lotteries, Saskatchewan Pulse Growers, Saskatchewan Canola Development Commission, City of Saskatoon, City of Regina, City of Lloydminster, City of North Battleford, City of Martensville, Partners in Motion, Phoenix Group, University of Regina, University of Saskatchewan and Tourism Saskatchewan and the Métis Nation of Saskatchewan.