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27th March 2012

First Edition Of Rallye Montréal To Be Held May 23rd

mini-orbyThe first edition of the Rallye Montréal inc. will take place Wednesday, May 23, as of 1 p.m. This unique and recreational event organized by the Fondation du maire: le Montréal inc. de demain challenges you to gather your team and explore Montreal’s downtown core on a BIXI, to discover clues and take on challenges that may lead you to victory.
The goal is not only to raise funds that will be invested in start-up bursaries and programs supporting Montreal’s young entrepreneurs, but also to develop team spirit and create enriching exchanges amongst the 300 participants, the volunteers, and the many partners and grantees of the Foundation.

“We are delighted that Mr. Pierre Pomerleau, President and CEO of Pomerleau accepted the Rallye Montréal inc.’s presidency of honour. ” declares Liette Lamonde, the Executive Director of the Foundation, who has been spearheading the organisation for the last 7 years. “Mr. Pomerleau is a great model of what constitutes a successful entrepreneur, which is truly aligned with the mission and role of the Foundation.” she adds.

“Team spirit and implication in the community are fundamental values for any business.” states Mr. Pierre Pomerleau. “I am happy to contribute, along with the Foundation, to the development of tomorrow’s Montreal inc., and would like to challenge other Montreal business leaders to form their team and come support Montreal’s young entrepreneurs”.

Registration forms for individuals and teams are available on the Rallye Montréal inc. web site.

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