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Hansen Electric and Key Murray Law announce support for the 2023 Games

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Hansen Electric and Key Murray Law announce support for the 2023 Games

Charlottetown, PE (April 15, 2021) — The 2023 Canada Games Host Society is pleased to welcome two new organizations to its growing roster of sponsors: Hansen Electric and Key Murray Law.

“We’d like to thank Hansen Electric and Key Murray for their support of the 2023 Canada Games,” said Wayne Carew, 2023 Canada Games Board Co-Chair. “Their contributions will help us deliver a top-of-the-podium event as we prepare to welcome the country to PEI in February 2023.”

"The Games are made possible by the generous support of our business community and we’re grateful for Hansen Electric and Key Murray Law for their commitment to supporting and celebrating the next generation of athletes and leaders,” said Jonathan Ross, VP, Sponsorship &Revenue Generation with the 2023 Canada Games, “Today’s announcement brings the 2023Games’ total of confirmed sponsorship to 50 percent of our overall fundraising goal of $8 million.”

Hansen Electric, an electrical contractor with over 45 years of wide-ranging experience in electrical installation and service work, becomes a Patron Partner of the 2023 Games.

“Supporting top talent within our business and community is an integral value of our company,” said Carl Hansen, President of Hansen Electric. “The commitment and discipline of these athletes mirror the qualities that inspire business success. As a sponsor, we look forward to celebrating the achievements of these athletes and the community as a whole.”

Key Murray Law is the largest independent legal firm in PEI and also joins the 2023 Canada Games as a Patron Partner.

“We are extremely fortunate to be in a position where we can be a sponsor of the Games, as they will have a tremendous impact on the future of our Island athletes and leave an ongoing legacy for years to come,” said Ryan MacDonald, Partner at Key Murray Law. “Being part of the Winter Games, which will bring thousands of Islanders and Canadians together, and will be a show case of our athletes, coaches, officials, volunteers and communities is a unique opportunity and one in which we are honoured to be able to support.”

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