Community Pride

The “Community Pride Zone” was developed to give businesses the opportunity to give back to their community. What better way can a business give back, then providing the gift of entertainment! The business has the opportunity to either keep all of the tickets they purchase in this zone or donate them back to the Miracles organization. If donated back, the Miracles organization will work with the United Way in donating the tickets to families and/or groups who do not have the financial means to attend a game. Miracles Basketball is proud to be a part of the thriving communities that make up Greater Moncton. The following companies are a part of our Community Pride program for the 2013/2014 season. Please click on each company logo to visit their website and learn more.

If you are interested in becoming a part of our Community Pride program please contact us at: miraclesbasketball@yahoo.ca

Community Pride BMO Financial Group serves over 12 million customers across the world. Their commitment to quality of service has made them an exceptionally strong force in the financial industry, and since their establishment in 1817 BMO has continued to grow to provide their clients with pride. We are excited to have them on board with the Miracles for the Community Pride progam this season.
Community Pride New Brunswick Community College offers more than 90 programs at six locations province wide, providing innumerable students with the opportunity to gain the skills necessary to pursue a career in today's advancing workforce. NBCC is proud to be more than just a classroom, encouraging students to aim harder through their uniquely designed programs. The Moncton Miracles are thrilled to have NBCC as a participant in our Community Pride program this year!
Community Pride The Moncton Miracles are excited to have the City of Moncton as a part of our Community Pride program this year. The Miracles have grown to be a huge part of the community during our first two seasons, and we are looking forward to watch this growth continuing during our third season and beyond. We are grateful to the City of Moncton for their support, and are proud to have them participating in the Community Pride program for the 2013 / 2014 season!
Community Pride Crandall University, located in Moncton is the academic home for over 900 students who attend to seek a higher education in a Christian-based setting. Crandall University has become a central part of Greater Moncton since it was founded in 1949, and the Miracles are proud to have them as a part of our Community Pride program this year!
Community Pride Ford's Apothecary first opened in 1997 in Moncton focussing on professional and quality patient care. This mission has led the business to grow, now providing customers with expanded services and staff in a community-based environment. The Miracles organization is happy to have Ford's Family Pharmacy & Wellness Centre on board this year for our Community Pride program!
Community Pride Keltic Transportation first opened it's doors in 1997 and has been growing ever since. Starting from humble beginnings, Keltic has gone from a mere 5 employees to over 200. This growth has made them a staple in the community, and because of this, we are excited to have them on board for our Community Pride Zone this season.
Community Pride The Dundee Sportsdome, located at 125 Russ Howard Drive in Moncton, provides visitors with a wide array of fun year-round activities that allow you to get up and active in a unique environment. The Sportsdome began operations in 2005, and throughout the years the innovative team has developed numerous initiatives and programs which allow visitors to participate in countless activities. The Sportsdome has become a destination for fun, physical activity and more for the community, and we are excited to have them as a part of our Community Pride Zone this year!
Community Pride Mark's Work Wearhouse is known for outfitting Canadians with casual and activewear, as well as industrial workwear since 1977. Mark's declares a commitment to quality, comfort, style and innovation, and has earned the loyalty of customers across the nation. With a location in Dieppe (18 Champlain St) and a location in Moncton (125 Trinity Drive), Mark's Work Wearhouse is an important part of the community, and we are excited to have them as a part of our Community Pride program!

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