The FTEC 2018 main event is brought to you by Landscape Plus Ltd., and features two larger than life characters. These two guys think they have what it takes to be on the big screen…
Gavin “Born Ready” Grant, sponsored by Wolfepoint Consulting, has shown himself to be very comfortable in front of the camera. Whether it’s a candid video at the gym during an intense training session or in his office filming a trailer for his upcoming spy thriller, Gavin’s acting chops are evident. Sponsor Gavin Now!
Rick “Sledge-Boy” Dhillon is sponsored by Make It Happen Media and clearly loves the camera. As a realtor Rick is used to being in the public eye between his website, social media feeds and regular TV appearances. If you live in the GTA you have likely seen his smiling face. Sponsor Rick Now!
Both of these fighters can certainly talk a good game, but which one will be able to back it up on fight night?
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MEET THE FTEC2018 FIGHT TEAM
Help the #FTEC2018 Fight Team reach their goal of $1 million dollars before Fight Night! Use the link below to get to know the individual team members better and support them in their Fight To End Cancer! Defeat Is NOT An Option
About The Fight To End Cancer
The Fight To End Cancer is an annual black tie fundraiser founded in 2011. We have chosen to partner with the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation due to their direct support within the community. Our goal is to raise funds for cancer research year-round with the support of business leaders and the local community. Join us for the highly anticipated 6th Annual Fight To End Cancer Gala – Saturday, June 2th, 2018. www.fighttoendcancer.com
About The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation
The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation at University Health Network raises funds for breakthrough research, exemplary teaching and compassionate care at Princess Margaret Hospital and its research arm, the Ontario Cancer Institute. This now includes The Campbell Family Cancer Research Institute and The Campbell Family Breast Cancer Research Institute. More information about the Foundation can be found at www.thepmcf.ca