REPEAT-MEDIA ADVISORY: Free Pancake Breakfast & Admission to BMO Kids' Day at Stampede

REPEAT-MEDIA ADVISORY: Free Pancake Breakfast & Admission to BMO Kids' Day at 
BMO Junior Reporters will be reporting live from Stampede Park 
CALGARY, ALBERTA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/10/13 -- BMO Bank of Montreal
invites families to "come on down" to Stampede for the annual BMO
Kids' Day celebration on Wednesday, July 10, 2013. 
"BMO Kids' Day always has such an enthusiastic following among
families, and the entertainment and activities this year again
promise to be exceptional," said Robert Hayes, Senior Vice-President,
Alberta & NWT, BMO Bank of Montreal.  
The free pancake breakfast and show all happen at the Grandstand in
Stampede Park. Admission is free for kids 12 and under, and for
accompanying adults, from 6:00 am till 9:00 a.m. The free morning
show in the Grandstand kicks off at 7:50 a.m. 
Highlights of the BMO Kids' Day Morning Show include:  

--  The national anthem sung by the Calgary Girls' Choir with a parachute
    jump by the Canadian Forces SkyHawks Team 
--  Performances from the Rodeo Riders, Tin Lizzy and the Kidmo Character
    Dance Party 
--  BMO the Bear and Harry the Horse will be tossing prizes to some lucky
--  The famous SUPERDOGS will perform for the first time 
--  The ever popular Mini-chucks will race around the infield

BMO Junior Reporters, Jade Nelson, aged 13 from High River, and Mitch
Thorogood, aged 9 from Calgary will be introduced on stage. These two
young aspiring journalists will interview Calgary Mayor Naheed
Nenshi, some rodeo riders, entertainers and Stampede visitors and
report live from BMO Kids' Day. 
Jade and Mitch were the 2013 winners among a record number of entries
in the BMO Junior Reporter contest. They will receive a $2,500 BMO
Intuition(R) RESP (Registered Education Savings Plan), Evening Show
tickets, western outfits, midway-ride coupons and the opportunity to
provide their schools, Oilfields High School and West Springs
Elementary, respectively, with $1500 cash for school supplies. 
Kids are also invited to visit the BMO's Kid Zone, located next to
the Agriculture Building, and try out the new Memory Game, with a
chance to win cool prizes. 
About the Calgary Stampede 
As we enter our second century, the Calgary Stampede celebrates the
people, the animals, the land, the traditions and the values that
make up the unique spirit of the west. The Calgary Stampede
contributes to the quality of life in Calgary and southern Alberta
through our world-renowned 10-day Stampede, year-round facilities,
western events and several youth and agriculture programs.
Exemplifying the theme We're Greatest Together; we are a
volunteer-supported, not-for-profit community organization that
preserves and promotes western heritage and values. All revenue is
reinvested into Calgary Stampede programs and facilities.  
About BMO and the Calgary Stampede  
BMO Bank of Montreal's ties to the Calgary Stampede are long and
remarkable. The relationship between BMO and the Calgary Stampede is
the oldest business relationship in Western Canada, dating back to
1884. BMO has been the banker to the Calgary Exhibition since 1899
when lands were christened at Victoria Park. The Agricultural Society
had purchased 94 acres of land from the Dominion of Canada and built
a race track, cattle sheds and an exhibition building. BMO continued
as the banker in 1912 when the first rodeo took place and it became
the Calgary Exhibition and Stampede.  
Twitter: @BMOmedia 
Anna Melnick
Media Relations Coordinator
403.261.0277 or Cell 587.436.6366 
Laurie Grant
BMO Media Relations
604.665.7596 or Cell 604.318.0735
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