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This January at the Annual GameTime Sales Meeting in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Play! was honored with the award of International Sales Agency of the Year. 2010 was a very successful year for Play! With the opening of our new downtown Toronto office at 1 Yonge Street, Play! has made massive strides in the Ontario marketplace. Play! is now centrally located with a fully staffed office right in the heart of the province. Our additions to our team include support in both sales and playground design. We are very thankful to all of our clients that helped us achieve this great honor and we're excited to share an even better 2011.

Crozier Enterprises annouces the rebranding of its playground division to something as simple as Play! To better serve and focus on the specific needs of their clients, Crozier has separated their two dominate divisions of business; playground equipment and site furnishings.  Both divisions have been redefined as Play! and Landmark,respectively.

The separation of the two very different division exands all the way through the organization from sales to support...

Dear Iain,

We hope that you enjoyed some quality time family and friends over the holidays and that 2012 is off to a great start for you and your team at Crozier Enterprises.

This week marks the second-year anniversary of the devastating earthquake that rocked Haiti on January 12, 2010. While the country continues to face significant challenges, today, we are ever grateful for the progress being made in community development. It is because of your incredible support that we can celebrate this change.

We are honoured to have you as a partner and supporter of Free The Children and we are overwhelmed by your generosity. As such, we wanted to provide you with an update from Terre Cassée, a community which is flourishing thanks specifically because of your support.

Now more than ever, we believe that the people of Haiti can break the cycle of poverty. This year, we had reason to celebrate in the rural community of Terre Cassée, where renovation on a fifteen-classroom school was completed. A colourful mural was painted in the playground and new fencing was installed to provide a safe space for the children to play. Classrooms were garnished with new furnishings, and a spring was harvested to provide the community and school with water. The school is now a welcoming learning environment for the more than 500 students who attend.

We count ourselves fortunate to call you friends of Free The Children. We are deeply grateful for your incredible generosity in bringing sustainable solutions to Haiti. We could not continue our work without your compassionate support.

As our Haitian friends say: With Gratitude, Mesi anpil,

Craig & Marc

Craig Kielburger |  Co-Founder  |  Free The Children
T: 416-925-5894 ex 160  |  F: 416-433-8242  |

233 Carlton Street | Toronto, Ontario | M5A 2L2


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