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Friday, February 22, 2013

STAMPS NAME NEW PRESIDENT

Calgary Stampeders ownership group announced today the appointment of Gordon Norrie as President.
 
"Of the numerous business and human qualities that made Gord stand out for this position, it was his demonstrated ability to lead and mentor people to become top performers," said Stampeders Co-Chair Ken King. "He knows business, he cares about people and, as a former corporate supporter and fan of the Stampeders, he understands the business side of the CFL. We look forward to Gord guiding us to the next level of success and thus ensuring the Stampeders continue to remain a strong community asset."
 
Norrie brings a wealth of experience to the Stampeders in the form of strategic planning, sales and marketing, developing partnerships, financial assessment, customer relations, digital media, communications and branding. His innovative and people-focused leadership style has resulted in several key accomplishments throughout his business career.
 
"I'm excited to have Gord join our team. Similar to the results we require from our players on the field, he has a proven track record of success in an intensely competitive business," said Stampeders Head Coach and General Manager John Hufnagel.
 
Norrie most recently held the position of Executive Vice President, Western Operations for SUN Media where he was responsible for creating the business plan and growth strategy for 52 western-based media operations, print and digital. Prior to this role, he has held the title of Publisher for three western Canada major newspapers. From 1999 through 2010, Norrie led the overall operations for the Winnipeg SUN, Edmonton SUN and Calgary SUN. As his career flourished in the publishing business, in 2007 he added the publisher role of the Calgary SUN while also maintaining the same responsibilities with the Edmonton SUN.
 
"I am honored and thrilled to become part of the Calgary Stampeders team," said Norrie. "It's an organization steeped in a tradition of competing and winning. I look forward to contributing to the Club's growth and success."
 
A native Albertan, Norrie resides in Calgary with his wife Susan and his three children, Ashleigh 11, Christian 13 and Mack 15.

Stampeders season tickets are on sale now for the 2013 season. For more information, visit Stampeders.com or call 403-289-0258 to speak with a customer service representative.

1 comment:

cflsteve said...

Being a member of the community of Calgary will go a long way for the Stamps/Flames/roughnecks involved with community activities.
Supporting the University athletics now with MRU joinng the CIS and the year long rivalry sports sereis between the two schools the Crowchild classic.
It ended awesomely with a Mens Womens ice Hockey double header at the Saddledome with a record Canwest for Hockey attendance as the arena and tickets were free thanks to the Calgary Flames owneship.
The ultimate rivalry sport is football something that MRU does not have and can't afford right now as it is expensive.
being just 10 minutes down the Crowchid trail from MRU is mcMahon stadium so having a home field to play on will not be an issue for a MRU football program.
Norrie could possibily get together a group to support MRU and get a football program in place with the help of the Calgary owners and Communitiy members bringing big crowds to University football games as well