EDMONTON, AB (January 10, 2013) – FourQuest Energy, an international oilfield services company, announced today that they’re the gold sponsor of Team Gushue, one of the top teams in Canadian curling and 2014 Canadian Olympic team hopefuls.
“We are extremely proud to support Team Gushue and the Canadian sporting tradition of curling,” said Executive Vice-President Karl Gannon. “With an operational
base in Newfoundland, we’re excited to be a part of such a great community and to work with such an accomplished team.”
“We are very excited to have FourQuest Energy join our team,” said Skip Brad Gushue. “Their support will allow us to properly prepare for the run towards the 2014 Olympics and a Brier title. We look forward to a lot of success together.”
Team Gushue will compete next in the Canadian Open in Port Hawksbury, Nova Scotia from January 23 – 27.
About Team Gushue
The team is led by internationally known Skip Brad Gushue. Gushue led his team to a gold medal at the 2006 Olympics in Torino, Italy. He also has won two World Junior Championships and silver and bronze at the Tim Hortons Brier. Over the past five years, Gushue has been ranked amongst the world’s top five curlers. Gushue is joined on Team Gushue by Adam Casey, Brett Gallant and Geoff Walker.
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