Beginning July 1, the downtown Mississauga sports stadium will be formally named the Paramount Fine Foods Centre. A new naming rights agreement and food services agreement was previously announced between the City of Mississauga and Paramount Fine Food, a Mississauga-based restaurant chain. Hershey Canada Inc. did not renew its naming rights agreement will expire on June 30. The agreement signed by Founder and CEO Mohamad Fakih with the city is for ten years.
Paramount Fine Foods Center will have the Hershey Centre, ice rinks, field house, and outdoor sports fields, including the spectator arena, ice rinks, and field house. The changes to signage and enhancements will reflect the new partnership and name change.
Originally known as Hershey Centre, this multi-million dollar complex is located at Rose Cherry Place in Mississauga, a place named for Mississauga IceDogs owner and founder Don Cherry. Kennedy Road ends at Matheson Boulevard East, which is the closest major intersection. SportsZone opened in 2007 just to the north of the main bowl and features multi-sport facilities. Besides housing two indoor soccer fields, the facility also housed a full-size FIBA basketball court, a gymnastics center, and a full-size outdoor soccer field.
In her announcement, Mayor Bonnie Crombie referred to the center as a “cherished landmark” in the city. Aside from hosting events like Carassauga and being used by amateur athletes throughout the year, it is home to the Mississauga Steelheads and the Raptors 905.
This summer, the Paramount Fine Foods Centre will host the Royal Canadian Family Circus, Camp 905, Classics & Rods Review Show 2018, and the Duke University Basketball Canada Tour.
If you are looking for a place to watch sports in the Greater Toronto Area, Paramount Fine Foods Centre is the perfect spot. This multi-purpose venue has been hosting major sporting events such as hockey and basketball games since it opened in 1970. It is home to several different professional teams including the Mississauga Steelheads of the Ontario Hockey League and Raptors 905 of the NBA G League.
In the past, Paramount Fine Foods Centre has hosted major sporting events such as the World Figure Skating Championships and various other ice hockey games. The venue is also home to Mississauga’s only professional basketball team – the Mississauga Power of National Basketball League (NBL). In addition, it hosts many concerts throughout each year.
If you’re looking to watch exciting sports events live, then the Paramount Fine Foods Centre is the perfect spot. This multi-purpose venue has been hosting major sporting events such as hockey and basketball games since it opened.
In addition to these sports teams, you’ll find that the Paramount facility hosts many other exciting concerts throughout every year: from classical music performances by local orchestras or opera singers performing on stage, there will always be something new happening at this place – making it the perfect spot for any die-hard fan of live music.
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