Realty One

Wednesday, May 31, 2017


The Saskatchewan Roughriders announced today the addition of the Brandt Group of Companies as a new Mosaic Stadium Founding Partner.

As a Founding Partner, the Brandt Group of Companies will 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 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.

The Brandt Group of Companies – headquartered in Regina, Saskatchewan – is comprised of Brandt Agricultural Products Ltd., Brandt Engineered Products Ltd., Brandt Equipment Solutions Ltd., Brandt Road Rail Corporation, Brandt Developments, and Brandt Tractor Ltd. - the world's largest privately held John Deere construction and forestry equipment dealer. Brandt has 50 locations in Canada and the US, nearly 2000 employees and a growing international audience; serving the agriculture, forestry, rail, mining, construction, and tube & pipe industries with unique custom products. Brandt is one of Canada's largest privately owned companies and is among an elite group of Platinum Members of Canada's 50 Best Managed Companies.

“It was a natural step for us,” said Brandt President, Shaun Semple. “The Riders are an iconic sports brand in Canada and being a Founding Partner ‎gives us a tangible opportunity to demonstrate our commitment to our hometown and our home team.”

The addition of the Brandt Group of Companies brings the Founding Partners total to eleven after the Riders introduced The Mosaic Company, SaskTel, Harvard Broadcasting, Capital Automotive Group, AGT Foods, Molson Coors, Viterra, Young’s Equipment, Crescent Point Energy and Dream Unlimited Corp.


Anonymous said...

Another outstanding local company supporting the stadium and team alongside the others with close ties to Sask. I wonder if any other place in Canada would have had this much support over the past three poor economic years (plus poor on-field performance) and yet still garner significant financial backing?? Kudos to the Club executives and board for achieving eleven Founding sponsors.

Anonymous said...

Maybe the craft beer companies should donate some money....

Anonymous said...

Maybe Shaun has invited Vince to reside in his fancy guest house while he's in Regina?