Mayor Grant Creasey with Rieley Kay and his family in front of the new Moe’s Pizza Referee Dressing Room #1. (Photo Submitted by the City of Lacombe)

Moe’s Pizza sponsors referee dressing room at Sportsplex

‘Minor hockey was a big part of my youth.’ - Moe’s Owner Rieley Kay

Mayor Grant Creasey today joined restauranteur Rieley Kay to announce Moe’s Pizza Co. as the sponsor for Referee Dressing Room #1 in the Gary Moe Auto Group Sportsplex for the next five years.

“On behalf of Council, I want to thank Rieley for sponsoring the referee dressing room,” said Mayor Grant Creasey. “We are very fortunate in Lacombe to have an enthusiastic and involved business that is constantly looking to give back to the community,”

“Minor hockey was a big part of my youth,” said Rieley Kay. “When an injury sidelined my push to the big leagues, officiating kept me involved in the game. Now that I am not able to compete in elite on-ice officiating, Moe’s will cheer our teams on from the sidelines, and after the game.”

“On behalf of citizens and user groups, we offer our thanks to Moe’s Pizza Co. for their generous support,” said Deborah Juch, Director of Community Services. “This is another example of the power of collaboration in our arena, and paying it forward.”

-Submitted by the City of Lacombe

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