Sponsors (Oshawa Church Hockey League)

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 The O.C.H.L. would like to offer you and your company the opportunity to join our family. 



We are looking for companies that would like to sponsor our hockey teams to offset rising costs. 
Please take the time to review the program below and consider helping us to the keep the costs down for our kids.

 

 Team sponsorship includes:

    OCHL.net website advertising

  • sponsor advertisement rotation through home page with link to your website
  • sponsor advertisement on team web page with link to your website
  • a picture of the business on the sponsor page
  • an article about your business published once per season
  • you can now follow your team and get regular updates through our new website

     
On the ice

  • your company name sponsor bars on team jerseys

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In print

  • March Classic houseleague tournament program centre page advertisement
  • this advertisement is shared by all of our house league sponsors
  • the program is distributed to every participant in the tournament

   

   

 

     The O.C.H.L. has more than 54 house league teams hosting more than 1000 players, parents and family watching every week. Sponsorship of our teams is great exposure and is a great thing to do for our kids and our community!

Team sponsorship is only $500.00 per team
with the best exposure of all Oshawa leagues.
Other opportunities are available.



Thanks,
Brad Eveniss,
Sponsor Coordinator O.C.H.L.
ochlsponsors@gmail.com




S. Caper’s Break Out Zone is Durham Region’s first live adventure escape the room game where teams of up to 8 of your family, friends or co-workers will be placed in a locked area with limited lighting, restraints and other devices that may be used during captivity. Players must collect items and use them with various other objects to reveal a way to escape. Teams will have the ability to exit the room as part of the Game Simulation, at the end of the time period allotted or by choosing to end the Game Simulation at any time.

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Shoeless Joe’s Courtice is your number one sports destination! Here at Shoeless Courtice we strive for great food, drinks, service, and the ultimate fan experience.

We sponsor all teams, any time! Our “Home Team Advantage” program is easy. Each team member gets a VIP card to show every time you dine at our location, and 15% of every food purchases go back to your team in the form of an end-of season party!

We also take reservations every day of the week. And we are now taking holiday party reservations!

Shoeless Joe’s Courtice is happy to be part of this community and we hope to see you soon!

Don’t forget to like our Facebook page for information on our specials, giveaways, and more!

 

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Simcoe Rossland Animal Hospital is a full service veterinary hospital located at 58 Rossland Rd W, just west of Simcoe St. on Rossland Rd. They provide quality services with compassionate care for all pets. Simcoe Rossland Animal Hospital is open 7 days a week from 8am to 6pm Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm on Saturday and 9am to 5pm on Sundays. NEVER ANY EMERGENCY FEES, ALWAYS ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS!!

Phone:905-571-7333

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About Us

 

The story of Peacock Lumber spans almost seventy years. 

I guess you could say it all began back in 1889 in Elizabethville, Ontario with the birth of Victor Peacock.  After serving in the military during World War 1, Victor left the family farm and worked as a carpenter and general contractor building barns, houses, churches etc. He spent time apprenticing in Victoria B.C. before returning to Ontario and marrying a woman named Leafa Doncaster. They had two children, daughter Duane and son John Clair.

 

In 1939 at the age of fifty, Victor started Peacock Lumber on Richmond Street in Oshawa.  The original focus was on making wooden doors, frames and windows for the building industry.

 

In 1947 Victor opened another facility at 328 Ritson Rd. to manufacture wood mouldings. All the operations were eventually moved to this facility and dry kilns were added during the 1950’s.

 

During the 1960’s sixty-five percent of the business was dedicated to drying, dressing and ripping lumber to build chesterfields and chairs for Sklar Furniture.

 

Clair Peacock became actively involved in the business in 1964 as Victor approached his eighties. Clair saw an opportunity to expand the business in retail sales. Peacock Lumber joined the BOLD buying group, which later became Castle Building Centers. This enabled them to expand the product line and compete with other lumber and building supply companies.

 

After the recession of the early 1980’s Peacock experienced substantial growth. The property grew two-fold as an adjacent factory (T.G. Gale) and two residences along the Ritson Rd. frontage were purchased. Clair also invested in a wood waste boiler system to heat the dry kilns including two new dehumidification kilns. A large addition was added to the mill and a new Wadkin Moulder was purchased as demand for Peacock made mouldings increased.

 

In the early 1990’s there was another recession resulting in dramatic changes to demands for Peacock Lumber’s core businesses. Housing slumps as well as the beginning of a decline in furniture manufacturing took its toll, particularly on custom kiln drying and retail building supplies. In addition, Home Depot entered Canada taking a good portion of the retail market. Both of Clair’s children, son Glen and daughter Cara joined the business on a full time basis.

 

Peacock Lumber continued to manufacture quality wood products and began to emphasize quality, selection and price, specifically in the wood products category including wood mouldings, paneling and planed four sides product. Hardwood plywood became a major category as a complement to solid lumber products. Stocking both raw materials and finished goods in many species including Eastern White Pine, Red Oak, Hard Maple, Cherry, Yellow Birch, Ash, Walnut, Mahogany etc. Peacock Lumbers’ reputation as Durham Regions lumber experts continues to grow.

 

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Clair has been a member of the Board of Directors for Oshawa General Hospital Foundation (OGHF) since the 1980’s and served as Chairman of the Board for the Hospital in the early 1990’s. He also serves on the Board of Directors of the Friends of the Second Marsh. He is inducted into the Oshawa Sports Hall of fame as part of the Oshawa Collegiate Canadian School Boy Curling Championship Team 1953 and also Connaught Park Soft Ball Teams 1951-1953.

 

He holds a Bachelor or Commerce from the University of Toronto and an LLB from Osgoode Hall Law School.

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