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Canadian Curling Association names new Chief Executive Officer

Monday Aug 27 2007

August 29, 2008: From a CCA News Release

Greg Stremlaw, a 36-year old native of Niagara Falls, Ontario, has been hired as the new Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian Curling Association.

Stremlaw was most recently the Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of the Chicopee Ski & Summer Resort in Kitchener, where he has been employed since 2002. Prior to that, he worked as Director, Sport Services & Bobsleigh/Luge for the Calgary Olympic Development Association (CODA) from 1996-2002, which included his role as Race Chairman/Race Director for all International World Championships/World Cup events in the sports of Skeleton, Luge and Bobsleigh.

He holds degrees from the University of Miami (Masters of Sports Management) in Coral Gables, Florida, the University of Maine (Masters of Business Administration) in Orono, Maine and the University of Western Ontario (Bachelor of Arts in Commerce) in London, Ontario.

?I am excited to be involved in helping take the CCA in a new direction,? said Stremlaw, in a CCA News Release. "We want to have a vision of excellence, a vision that includes running this sport as a business with sound financial practices, teambuilding, grassroots development and capturing the minds of the youth in this great country. I look forward to being part of many significant curling events in the coming years, especially the 2010 Winter Olympics in our own
backyard. It is imperative that we use these events to help catapult the sport of curling to yet another level. I genuinely look forward to being a part of that process along with the entire CCA team.?

Stremlaw begins his duties October 9th.



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