With the beginning of the 2012-13 curling season just around the corner, Team Laycock (Saskatchewan’s #1 ranked team) and their new title sponsor Decisive Farming are focused on bringing a championship men’s curling team back to the wheat province.
Decisive Farming will be giving Team Laycock the opportunity to train and compete with the top teams in the world for the upcoming 2012-2013 season. “With their help, we believe our team can once again put Saskatchewan men’s curling on the map, and bring home a Tim Horton’s Brier championship,” says the team’s third, Kirk Muyres.
The newly formed partnership with Decisive Farming also includes a plan to promote the sport in communities across Saskatchewan. During the 2012-2013 curling season, Team Laycock will bring “The Decisive Farming Curling Tour” to communities across Saskatchewan, engaging the province’s youth, both in the schools and on the ice.
“Curling has always been an important part of the communities where we live and work,” says Remi Schmaltz, general manager of Decisive Farming. “The Decisive Farming Curling Tour is about celebrating our heritage and creating the next generation of champions.”
Finally, a company dedicated to the roaring game in Saskatchewan! Together, Team Laycock and Decisive Farming hope to bring excellence back to Saskatchewan curling, as well as grow the sport at the grassroots level!
For more information about the tour, please contact Team Laycock:
About Decisive Farming
Decisive Farming is dedicated to providing growers in Western Canada with the tools and knowledge required to increase the profitability of their farm business. Using a combination of agriculture industry expertise and cutting-edge technologies, Decisive Farming is helping growers make better decisions about precision agronomics, risk management, and farm information technologies.
About Team Laycock
Team Laycock is the #1 ranked curling team in Saskatchewan, newly formed for the 2012-2013 season. We strive to reach our goals of winning the Brier Championship for the first time in 33 years for Saskatchewan, and ultimately represent Canada at the Winter Olympics in 2014. The leader of the pack Steve Laycock, has represented Saskatchewan 3 times at the Tim Horton's Brier, and one Olympic Trials. Lead, Dallan Muyres has represented Saskatchewan at the brier in 2011. Second, Colton Flasch and Third Kirk Muyres represented Canada at the World Junior Curling Championship in 2011, finishing 4th.