02 Jun 2015

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Park

As announced in March, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton signed a multi-year agreement with the Ottawa Champions Baseball Club on the naming rights of the Ottawa stadium.

To commemorate the opener at Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Park, more than 150 guests got together before the game to celebrate the opening of the new baseball season in Ottawa. Several personalities attended, including the Mayor of Ottawa, City Councillors, and Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Partners along with their clients and business associates.

David Gourlay, Jean Schnob and Emilio B. Imbriglio

David Gourlay, Jean Schnob and Emilio B. Imbriglio

President and CEO Emilio B. Imbriglio, and Ottawa and Outaouais Region Vice-President Jean Schnob received an official Ottawa Champions team jersey from the Club’s President, David Gourlay.

Additionally, before the get-together, Jean Schnob had the honour of making the ceremonial first pitch with Ottawa Mayor, Jim Watson. The attendance of Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton members seems to have been auspicious as the Champions won the game 8-1.

Have a great season and good luck to the Ottawa Champions and all their fans!