Over the last month, the Canadian Hockey League has continued to share the #GrowStronger message in partnership with Kubota Canada.
Jake Neighbours (Edmonton Oil Kings), Braden Hache (Kingston Frontenacs), and Mavrik Bourque (Shawinigan Cataractes) started their gardens one month ago with help from Kubota Canada. Each participating player was provided thirteen seeds, gloves, and helpful instructions to guide them through the early stages. Each player has demonstrated that all Canadians can start their own garden to grow food and appreciation regardless of their property size, space, or gardening experience.
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— The WHL (@TheWHL) July 30, 2020
Learn how you can start your own Victory Garden at https://t.co/4f7y4ljrhr pic.twitter.com/ncEswP3ePB
— OntarioHockeyLeague (@OHLHockey) August 13, 2020
— QMJHL (@QMJHL) August 6, 2020
— The WHL (@TheWHL) August 13, 2020
— OntarioHockeyLeague (@OHLHockey) August 20, 2020
For more details on how to start your own garden, visit: https://t.co/86Ujt52Jdc pic.twitter.com/JgzBIVq7Nr
— QMJHL (@QMJHL) August 13, 2020
Kubota Canada has partnered with Food Banks Canada to donate one meal for every person who shares their #GrowStronger social media message below and spreads the call to gardening. Kubota Canada will also donate five meals for every new garden built. Canadians are encouraged to tag @KubotaCanada and hashtag #GrowStronger in their garden updates on social media in order to donate meals to Food Banks Canada.
Join Kubota Canada and donate over 200,000 meals to @foodbankscanada! Each shared post donates 1 meal with an additional 5 meals donated for each garden shared using #GrowStronger and tagging @KubotaCanadaLtd! pic.twitter.com/keI1NKKuG5
— Kubota Canada (@KubotaCanadaLtd) August 13, 2020
For more information and to donate to Food Banks Canada, visit www.kubota.ca/growstronger.
Follow Jake, Braden, and Mavrik and join the #GrowStronger movement across Canada on CHL, WHL, OHL, QMJHL and Kubota Canada social media platforms all summer!