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Have bus, will travel
Sun Youth received the keys to a brand new bus Thursday, September 20. The bus, which will be used to transport young athletes participating in Sun Youth sports programs to their events, was obtained through the joint support of the Montreal Real Estate Foundation for Kids, which contributed over $48,000, and T.R.A.M.S. Property Management/The Pomerantz Foundation, which contributed more than $36,000.
“The purchase of this new vehicle will allow us to offer our athletes new possibilities that will be beneficial for their development, ” says Ernest Rosa, Director of Sports and Recreation at Sun Youth. “The various championships we attend are very formative but are also a great window of visibility for these champions in the making. ”
As well as transporting the athletes, the bus will also be used for various weekly outings organized for children attending Sun Youth ’s day camp

(L to R): Ernest Rosa, Director of Sports and Recreation at Sun Youth; Sid Stevens, Sun Youth's Executive V-P, Renée Vézina, President of the Montreal Real Estate Foundation for Kids; Terry Pomerantz, President of T.R.A.M.S Property Management.

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