Naming rights to arena for Sylvan Lake oilfield company for $250,000 donation

A Sylvan Lake oilfield company has stepped up with a $250,000 donation to the town’s new multiplex.

A Sylvan Lake oilfield company has stepped up with a $250,000 donation to the town’s new multiplex.

Oilfield construction specialists Redcore secured naming rights to an ice surface in the $33.5-million NexSource Centre being built in the town and expected to be ready for the 2016 hockey season.

NexSource Centre will feature two ice surfaces, five-sheet curling rink, child and youth activity area, running track and seniors centre.

Fundraising efforts include a “Buy a Seat” initiative. Donors can buy either $275 or $175 seats. Donors will be recognized with a name plaque featuring a family or business name.

More information on the centre and fundraising opportunities is available at www.nexsourcecentre.ca.

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