Warriors want you to buy in

The BC Hockey League's West Kelowna Warriors are looking for financial partners to help get affiliated programs off the ground.

Team owner Kim Dobranski says potential investors would not be investing in the Junior A club, but in other, specific programs.

Dobranski says the Warriors have been working with other BCHL operators on a number of independent models to "ensure long term viability and sustainability of our respective franchises."

"Collectively, our goal is to anchor franchises in our communities by creating revenue streams which allow reinvestment in our Junior A programs," Dobranski said in a news release.

"This will also help us improve community support initiatives, recruiting, scouting, marketing, arena infrastructure improvements, player development, NCAA and NHL placements, and also support and improve our minor hockey programs in our regions."

He says the opportunities would be "relatively low-risk," as many are ones they are currently active in.

"We are looking for people with financial resources, a passion for hockey and community, and the time and desire to be actively involved in the top Junior A league in the country, arguable North America."

Anyone interested is asked to contact [email protected].

More BCHL articles


Recent Trending



Cover your team's games! Write up a story and email us [email protected] for publication here.


Castanet Proud Member of RTNDA Canada