Canada’s National Ballet School Announces TMX Group as Presenting Sponsor of 2011 Golf Classic
April 6, 2011 … Canada’s National Ballet School is pleased to announce TMX Group as the title sponsor of the 2011 Golf Classic. This is the first time TMX Group will partner with NBS at this annual Golf Classic event. Funds raised from the Golf Classic event support the School’s student bursary program, community engagement and youth outreach programs. This year’s Golf Classic will be held on June 20, 2011 at Coppinwood in Uxbridge. The event includes 144 golfers and business leaders from banking, brokerage, legal and accounting sectors who will participate in a day of competition and fundraising for arts education.
“I’m delighted to welcome TMX Group as the title sponsor of our Golf Classic event this year,” says Dona Eull-Schultz, President, Leon Frazer & Associates and Chair, NBS Golf Classic, “the partnership is the foundation of success for the 15th Annual Golf Classic on behalf of Canada’s National Ballet School. This charity event contributes significantly to providing student assistance and allows us to stay true to our vision where talent is the sole entry criterion for admission to the School, regardless of financial means.”
“TMX Group is pleased to be the title sponsor of the 2011 Golf Classic,” said Eric Sinclair, President, TMX Datalinx and Group Head of Information Services. “We look forward to seeing the positive impact that our partnership with NBS will have on many youth across Canada.”
About Canada’s National Ballet School
Canada’s National Ballet School is a world leader in the training of professional dancers and teachers. Dedicated to advancing the art of ballet, NBS develops dance professionals in a student-centered environment by weaving innovation with evolving practice in the finest teaching traditions. NBS graduates can be found as dancers, choreographers, artistic directors, teachers, and administrators in over 65 dance companies’ world wide, and in even more schools around the globe. NBS celebrated its 50th anniversary from September 2009 to June, 2010.