Olympians Jesse Lumsden & Justin Kripss set to Bring Bobsleigh Skills into Corporate World

Monday, November 18, 2013

MEDIA ADVISORY/PHOTO OPPORTUNITY

Canadian Bobsleigh duo to unveil plans at Flames Central, November 20, at 10:30 a.m. MTN

CALGARY- Canadian Olympic bobsleigh athletes, Jesse Lumsden and Justin Kripps, are pushing into new territory with a nationwide search to bring their bobsleigh skills to corporate Canada.

Days before the start to the World Cup bobsleigh season in Calgary and his former football team, the Hamilton Tiger Cats, play in the Grey Cup in Regina, the former CFL running back, Lumsden, and Kripps will look to grab a piece of the sporting media spotlight by showcasing their unique skillsets that is sure to capture the nation’s attention, and the interest of corporate executives across the country.

The media conference will be held at Flames Central on November 20, 2013 at 10:30 a.m. MTN.

Who: Jesse Lumsden - Olympian, Former CFL Running Back
Justin Kripps - Olympian, Pilot Canada 3 Bobsleigh

When: November 20, 2013
10:30 a.m. MTN

Where: Flames Central
219 - 8th Avenue SW
Calgary

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FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Chris Dornan
E-mail: hpprchris@shaw.ca
Cell: 403-620-8731

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