2022 Winter ShootOut Title Sponsor Wigs Pumps & Waterworks
Winter ShootOut 2022 Sponsors
Wig’s Pumps & Waterworks is the 2022 Winter ShootOut Title Sponsor.
The goal of the Winter ShootOut Pond Hockey Tournament is to raise funds for several Saskatoon non-profits.
WHAT IS THE WINTER SHOOTOUT EVENT?
We are looking forward to having teams participate in the 2022 Winter ShootOut Charity Pond Hockey 3-on-3 Tournament. This family-focused hockey event will take place on February 12th in Saskatoon.
MEET OUR 2022 TITLE SPONSOR
We would like to introduce you to Wig’s Pumps & Waterworks. Wig’s stepped up to be Title Sponsor of our inaugural Winter ShootOut Event! Without generous sponsors this event couldn’t happen
Wig’s Pumps & Waterworks
Premier Supplier to the Water, Sewage and Water Treatment Industries
Wigs Pump & Waterworks are here to support your essential water and heating needs.
The group of companies was founded in 1968 in Saskatoon by Arnold Wig with the incorporation of Wig’s Sandpoint Services Ltd. As the demand for rural water and septic systems grew so did Arnold’s company. He purchased a water well boring rig in the early 1970s along with two test drilling rigs.
In 1977 Arnold sold the drilling division of the company to his employees and shifted the focus of the company to pump, water treatment, pipe sales and installations. In order to serve our new wholesale clients in 1981 Arnold’s son Glenn Wig, founded Aquifer Distribution which today serves our wholesale plumbing, heating & construction markets.
They are proud to be a local, family-run, Saskatchewan-owned and operated business.
Wig’s Pumps and Waterworks has a wide variety of products in stock for all of your needs.
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INTERESTED IN SPONSORING?
How awesome is this event!
To show your support of our generous sponsors:
- Check out their websites.
- Follow them on social media.
- Write a review to show appreciation of their community support
- Become a sponsor – the ultimate commitment
Proceeds from this event will benefit several local non-profits: