Windsor Honda makes Donation to AKO Fratmen

Windsor Honda

The Windsor Spitfires proud to announce charitable commitment from Windsor Honda, part of club’s MVP Program, AKO Fratmen receive $1,000 donation.

by Dave Ducharme

Windsor Honda Owner Ken Eansor says he’s proud to support the dedication and hard work of Fratmen
Head Coach Mike Morencie.

“Coach Morencie, I really respect him,” Eansor said. “These are impressionable young men he leads.
It’s very important for us to help teach them life’s little lessons. They may not use them today.

But hopefully, down the road, something may click. And they may say ‘I remember that’. And maybe, down the road, they can make a difference in the community themselves. A difference in someone else’s life.” Morencie says the involvement of community partners like Windsor Honda helps the Fratmen program immensely, making the arduous process of fundraising a lot easier.

“For a guy like Ken at Windsor Honda to step up, it saves us a lot of valuable time,” – Coach Morencie.

“He had a very good knowledge of amateur sport. He knows how hard it can be and especially how
hard the corporate side of things can be.”

Prior to the third period of this past Monday’s game versus Sarnia, Spitfires General Manager Warren
Rychel presented a cheque to AKO Fratmen on behalf of Windsor Honda and the Windsor Spitfires

Windsor Honda was also recognized in a feature video presented on the WFCU Centre’s Jumbotron
during an intermission break.

The Windsor Spitfires have created the MVP (Most Valuable Playmaker) Program to help businesses
build a strong connection in our communities. The program combines the fun of a community ticket
program with the lasting benefits of a donation of $1,000 to the local charity of the participating
partners choice. For more information on the MVP Program, contact Andrew Rowberry, Director of
Corporate Partnerships and Premium Seating at 519-254-5000 (206) or visit

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