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Kodiaks games to be broadcast on radio

The Prince George Kodiaks Football Club have struck a media partnership with Pattison Media, Prince George to promote the new Canadian Junior Football League team on 99.3 REWIND Radio and 101.3 The River.

The partnership includes play-by-play to be heard on 99.3 REWIND Radio. The play-by-play schedule will include all regular season home and away games.

The Prince George Kodiaks are a community-owned team launching for the 2022 CJFL season. The goal is to create a full entertainment experience including pre-game tailgate events, a fun atmosphere in the game along with entertaining football guided by Director of Football Operations and Head Coach Keon Raymond. The Prince George Kodiaks will provide family friendly entertainment and a competitive team as the seventh franchise in the popular British Columbia Football Conference (BCFC).

All home games will be played at Masich Place Stadium. All regular season home and away games will be broadcast on 99.3 REWIND Radio with play-by-play voice Ethan Ready.

“It’s great to have a partnership with a company like Pattison Media,” said Raymond. “The opportunity to tell the story of our football program, to tell the stories of our players and build a connection with our community. It’s an exciting time to be a Kodiak.”

“Pattison Media is excited to partner with the Prince George Kodiaks both in the stand and on-the-air to bring exciting football play-by-play to Prince George for the first time,” said Kevin Gemmell, General Manager for Pattison Media Ltd. “The opportunity to support a community owned franchise and create a fun environment at the stadium is important to what we do throughout the community. We’re excited to be invited to participate in this partnership and help fill the stands at Masich Place Stadium in 2022.”

“We are excited about another amazing partnership with a community driven organization like Pattison Media,” said Craig Briere, Kodiaks president. “The Kodiaks are the North’s team and the North is coming.”

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