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Toronto Blue Jays Help Vancouver Canadians Baseball Foundation

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Accent Inns proud to support the Vancouver Canadians Baseball team

The Vancouver Canadians Baseball Club will host its inaugural Scotiabank Vancouver Canadians Baseball Foundation Hot Stove Luncheon featuring the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday, January 21st (1180 W. Hastings Street) starting at 12:00pm.

“As a community focused business, we are so proud to support sports organizations like the Vancouver Canadians, that offer such great support for their community”, Donna Price – Sport and Group manager Accent Inns Vancouver Airport hotel.

During this inaugural luncheon, the Vancouver Canadians Baseball Foundation will announce a focused, multi-tiered community initiative determined to help local youth by giving them both hope and opportunity while encouraging self-development and the chance to achieve excellence.

The Toronto Blue Jays will send a quartet of players to Vancouver along with General Manager Alex Anthopoulos, Manager John Farrell and a host of other dignitaries to help the Canadians celebrate this community based announcement.

“Our newly formed Vancouver Canadians Baseball Foundation is firmly committed to our local youth who have always been able to rise and achieve greatness even in the face of adversity”, says Canadians owner Jeff Mooney who will be introduced as the new Chairman of the Foundation.

Who: Vancouver Canadians Baseball Club and Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Club

What: Scotiabank Vancouver Canadians Baseball Foundation Hot Stove Luncheon

Where: 1180 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC

When: Friday, January 21st, 2011 between 12:00pm and 2:00pm (doors at 11:30am)

Tickets for the inaugural Scotiabank Vancouver Canadians Baseball Foundation Hot Stove Luncheon featuring the Toronto Blue Jays go on sale starting Monday, November 29th at 10:00am.  Tickets are $50.00 with full proceeds going to the Vancouver Canadians Baseball Foundation.