Realty One

Monday, November 21, 2016


The Saskatchewan Roughriders announced today the addition of Young’s Equipment as a new Mosaic Stadium Founding Partner.  

This select group of corporate partners receive lifelong recognition within the new facility and the ability to secure exclusive multi-year sponsorship and partnership assets, naming rights and other activation opportunities with our fans.

Founding Partners will also have access to premium hospitality areas, including suites and lounges that will provide an exclusive environment for building relationships with clients, vendors and preferred customers.

Founded in 1988, family-owned Young’s Equipment leads the way in a thriving agricultural community. Young’s is the province’s largest CASE IH Ag dealer and prides itself in delivering exceptional service and customer support to producers across southern Saskatchewan. With locations in Regina, Moose Jaw, Assiniboia, Windthorst, Weyburn, Davidson, Raymore, Watrous and Chamberlain, farmers know Young’s is nearby and ready to lend a hand. And with numerous charitable donations and a major champion for initiatives such as STARS Air Ambulance, Young’s is also quick to extend its support to the communities it serves.

“We believe it is extremely important to give back to the communities where we live and work,” said Sean Young, Assistant General Manager. “The Riders are a pillar of this community and with both agriculture and football being cornerstones of life in this province, the fit for Young’s was obvious.”

With an already well-established connection to the Roughriders and the Canadian Football League through its partnership with Kubota, Young’s felt compelled to invest in the new stadium Capital Campaign and cement itself as a Founding Partner.

“To be able to say we are a Founding Partner of new Mosaic Stadium is something we are extremely proud of,” said Young. “Beyond our beloved Riders, the facility will be home to so many great events and will surely be a legacy for our community. We knew we just had to be part of that.” 

The addition of Young’s Equipment brings the Founding Partners total to eight after the Riders introduced The Mosaic Company, SaskTel, Harvard Broadcasting, Capital Automotive Group, AGT Foods, Molson Coors, and Viterra.


Anonymous said...

kudos Young's

Anonymous said...

Largest CASE IH dealer and they are shown with a Kubota....good job!

Anonymous said...

Riders will need a big tractor to haul in the loads of cash that are just waiting to be had when and if the Riders return to being a winning team.

Anonymous said...

Nice to see a commitment from Young's. All the founding partners are from Southern Saskatchewan. Saskatoon/Northern Saskatchewan where's the corporate support?

Anonymous said...

Saskatoon getting their very own CFL team as the league has gone stale with the same ole same ole year after year boredom. Three new franchises (Halifax, Quebec, Saskatoon) injecting renewed excitement to the future the league.

Anonymous said...

A CFL franchise!!! Everyone knows they are getting an NHL franchise ... get real buddy.

Anonymous said...

"Largest CASE IH dealer and they are shown with a Kubota....good job!"

Strange. How many CASE tractors do you see around the stadium? How many Kubota's.

Your not so smart now, hey!

Anonymous said...

Good, now if we ever have a home playoff game we have someone to do the snow removal. Get those tractors ready.