Montreal Impact unveils renewal with BMO Financial group

The Montreal Impact has extended its partnership with the BMO Financial group with the firm continuing to in its role as the side’s official shirt sponsor.

For the past seven years, BMO and the Impact have developed a high-level partnership strategy whose goals have been achieved. The results of this relationship led to the renewal of this deal, which will continue for years to come.

It’s a first piece of good news regarding the club’s efforts toward the Quebec business community.

Montreal Impact president Joey Saputo stated: “We are both excited and feverish to continue what we have already started with BMO. For us, this is a historic deal, because our club can always count on the unconditional support of a prestigious partner for the years to come. This unique partnership is also an enormous pledge of confidence because it testifies to the value and importance that the Montreal Impact has in the Quebec market. We are extremely grateful for this continued commitment and trust.”

Claude Gagnon, president, Operations, BMO Financial Group, Quebec commented on the extension: “The unifying effect of this sport allows us to celebrate our Montreal team with the community and being close to the people we serve is very important to us; it is part of the inner values embodied by BMO. We are proud of our partnership with the Montreal Impact since the team entered the MLS in 2012 and it is with great enthusiasm that we will meet the fans of the Impact through this renewed partnership for many years to come.”

As a presenting partner, BMO most notably has its logo on the Montreal Impact jersey, as well as an increased presence inside Stade Saputo. BMO contributes in an exceptional way to the supporters’ experience and to the benefits of every soccer fan in the province.

BMO’s different ongoing initiatives will continue, and new programs will be put in place, most notably with BMO clients, who will be able to take advantage of even more unique experiences.

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