Red Deer Advocate advertising director Wendy Moore has a seat next to the Grey Cup.

Grey Cup visits the Red Deer Advocate office

Tuesday morning, the Grey Cup came to the Red Deer Advocate.

The trophy is awarded to the winner of the Canadian Football League every year since 1920 after a four season hiatus due to the First World War.

The Grey Cup made several stops at businesses and organizations in Red Deer Tuesday.

The 105th Grey Cup game will take place on Nov. 26 in Ottawa. The Ottawa Redblack are the defending champions.

The 2017 CFL season starts on June 22 with the Saskatchewan Roughriders visiting the Montreal Alouettes.

 

The Grey Cup paid a visit to the Red Deer Advocate office Tuesday morning.

Kim Wallace, who works in advertising sales for the Red Deer Advocate, poses with the Grey Cup at the Advocate office on Tuesday.

Jeff McWhinney, the keeper of the Grey Cup, puts the trophy down on a coffee table at the Red Deer Advocate office on Tuesday. He brought the trophy to various businesses and organizations in Red Deer.

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