Montel Participates in the Leucan 2011
March 15, 2011
Montel, a global leader of high-density mobile storage shelving system solutions, was proud to support “Team Montel” as they took part for a second consecutive year in the Leucan 12-Hour Ski Challenge on March 12th, at Stoneham Mountain Resort. As a true fan of both challenges and ski, Montel staff Jerome Doucet, Pascal Gagnon and Joey P. Boudreau participated in this fun-filled fundraising activity to support children with cancer and their families.
The Leucan 12-Hour Ski Challenge is an annual fundraising activity for skiers and snowboarders. In teams of four, each team member must make a minimum of one descent per hour, for 12 consecutive hours (from noon to midnight). The Challenge is a friendly activity open to the entire family and to skiers and snowboarders of all ages.
This year, the Leucan 12-Hour Ski Challenge, also known as the Défi ski 12 h Leucan, celebrates its sixth anniversary. At Stoneham, with 136 teams taking part, the event raised an impressive $150,000, Team Montel donated $1,700.
Leucan (www.leucan.qc.ca/en) was founded in 1978. In addition to its support for clinical research, the Association provides to children with cancer and their families many services adapted to their needs: welcome, emotional assistance and support, financial assistance, massage therapy, hosting and support in playrooms, socio-recreational activities, school life services and end-of-life and bereavement follow-up services.
Established in 1924, Montel Inc. is the pioneer of high-density mobile shelving storage system solutions in North America. Manufacturer of products for office, institutional and industrial applications, Montel’s achievements include some of the most prestigious projects in North America and around the world. Family-owned and privately held, the company serves clients through a network of Authorized Distributors throughout North America, Latin America, Europe, Africa and the Middle East. To learn more about Montel and/or for a no-obligation space storage analysis, contact us at 877-935-0236 or firstname.lastname@example.org.