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Korol Cup XIII raises 55K

June 4, 2018

Korol Cup XIII raises 55K

Last September, Ledcor’s Kelowna Branch hosted the 13th Annual Korol Cup Hockey Challenge which brought together players from across Ledcor for a weekend of teamwork and camaraderie.

The three-day hockey marathon involved 92 players – including employees from 6 different Ledcor groups and nine cities.  We were also joined by many Ledcor partners (sub-trades and suppliers) to make up eight teams.   Team Grey, led by Matt Lantz of Constructors Edmonton, triumphed as the 2017 Tournament Champions.

The 2017 event raised a total of $55,000 for the Trevor Korol Memorial Awards through tournament sponsorships, 50/50 draws, merchandise raffles, and generous employee contributions that were matched by Ledcor.  A huge thank you goes out to the many volunteers, sponsors, players and the organizing committee for a successful tournament!

The Korol Cup helps employees build relationships with others across the company in different divisions, groups, and cities – a perfect example of “One Ledcor”!  

About the Korol Cup Hockey Challenge

Trevor was a young enterprising individual with the promise of a great career at Ledcor. Following a tragic plane crash that claimed his life in 2008, the tournament was renamed in his honour and in collaboration with his father, David Korol, a fund was established to provide scholarships at NAIT for deserving technology students. Two additional endowment funds were established at SAIT and BCIT.  To date, $354,000 has been raised, and 67 scholarships have been awarded to students.