News and Announcements
Prior to the cancellation of the 2020 season, Adam Kaufman, Store Manager at BigSteelBox, helped MKLA to purchase a c-can at a reduced cost equal to 2 jersey sponsorships!!
We purchased the c-can container in 2019, with the help of a grant made available to us by the Kamloops Sports Legacy Fund. The c-can is used to house the majority of our equipment for the association. Your Support is appreciated.
Big Steel Box is fantastic to deal with! They are knowledgeable, accommodating and have very friendly staff.
Check them out for any of your storage needs.
The document KMLA_-_Thank_you_Big_Steel_Box.pdf was attached to this post.
PRI was a sponsored the Kamloops Minor Lacrosse Associate for the 2020 cancelled season. Your community support is appreciated!
In 1997, Progressive Rubber Industries Inc. (PRI) established itself in Kamloops creating abrasion and corrosion resistance components for the mining industry as well as original equipment manufacturers (OEM).
Since its inception, PRI has been committed to strengthening the local economy. We have increased our diverse work force tenfold and will continue to grow in pace with demand from the mining, aggregate, pulp & paper, Oil & gas and municipal industries.
By working with Thompson River University and our in house training programs we have developed and retained some of the most experienced personnel in the industry. With our combined expertise in steel fabrication, rubber lining, rubber molding, ceramic lining, on-site lining, on-site measurements, wear dynamics analysis, application analysis, and design services; PRI is the solution for any job – from small and simple to large and complex.
PRI has the manufacturing capability to expedite and deliver emergency orders and has the ability to provide on-site consignment stocking of critical custom fares.
Pictured: Blake, Tyson and Alex von Hollen presented Jeff Winger, VP Manufacturing for Progressive Rubber Industries Inc. (PRI) with the sponsorship jersey
The Sign Cellar helped Kamloops Minor Lacrosse in 2019 with printing, installing and sponsoring two large board sponsor logos.
In 2020, The Sign Cellar surprised Kamloops Minor Lacrosse once again. Cameron Hackl confirmed with Kamloops Minor Lacrosse that the logo order and installation had been completed for our new rink divider board system, but he had a little surprise for the association. Two extra Kamloops Rattlers logos had been installed at no charge! As 2020 had been a hard year on minor sports, this amazing gesture was unexpected and such a wonderful surprise for the association.
Thank you Cameron and The Sign Cellar.
When C.W. Charles started hauling goods in Vancouver, British Columbia in 1919 the sound of truck engines symbolized the beginning of a new era in transportation.
Hauling whales to wood chips, Arrow trucks have crisscrossed the North American landscape for over 100 years. We have been integral in supporting the industrial engine of our economy. Building dams, supplying mines, mills, smelters and factories, Arrow people and equipment have had an impact.
Today Arrow is leading the way in developing service focused transportation solutions by working with a broad range of customers, hauling a wider variety of products, and expanding our presence throughout Canada and the United States.
We are developing productive relationships with First Nations communities, government agencies and educational institutions. We continue to build long-term contracts with customers who value service, environmental responsibility and employee systems as well as competitive pricing. With hundreds of people working in transportation and distribution, reloads and materials handling, manufacturing and support services, we are known as a company that focuses on high quality transportation solutions at very competitive rates.
Four Kamloops athletes have earned NCAA athletic scholarships to play field lacrosse in the U.S. university and collegiate system.
Connor Barrett, Ethan Kaban, Millan Webster and Austin Krug, each of whom will graduate this spring from Royal Bay secondary in Victoria, will head down south in the fall to begin their post-secondary careers.