2018 Faceoff to Fight Cervical Cancer

We Are Creative Inc. and Sports Marketing All Stars are excited to announce that they’re back for another fun night of double-header hockey action for the Bolton community, while we raise money and awareness for cervical cancer!

The evening kicks off at 6:30pm with the Sunday Night Hockey League’s championship game – the Callaghan Cup. Then the GIRLS of the CWHL‘s Markham Thunder return to take on the GUYS of the SNHL in the FACEOFF to Fight Cervical Cancer. This will be the finale of the 3 game series, with each team having a win.

Net proceeds will again be donated to Team TEALPOWER’S Ride to Conquer Cancer, benefitting the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre. Please visit TEALPOWER.ca for more information on the charity.

We Are Creative and Sunday Night Hockey League president Steve Conforti said “we look to continue our upward trend of raising $5700 in year one and $9000 in year two. At this time we’re asking our business community to once again consider sponsoring our event. Please contact us for sponsorship opportunities. Tickets are also available to purchase now online, at the We Are Creative office in Bolton, or over the next two Sunday night’s at Bolton Arena.” (Please see the contact information below.)

The full details of last year’s event including event photos and our Rogers TV segment can be viewed online at FaceoffToFight.ca as well as on Facebook.com/FaceoffToFight.

Contact: Steve Conforti – info@FaceoffToFight.ca – 647.557.9372


We Are Creative is a Bolton based boutique marketing agency specializing in website design, graphic design, events, and printing. Since 2011, WeRC has been “saving the world from bad marketing”. Over the years they have worked with many Caledon businesses, as well as local events, such as The Small Business Summit and Cheers Caledon. In 2016, they launched a new division of the company called Sports Marketing All Stars to focus on serving the marketing needs of athletes, teams, and sports-related businesses. Some of their clients include the Toronto Argonauts, Markham Thunder, NHL all-star James Neal, as well as community sports groups such as the Caledon Hawks and Caledon Coyotes.