MILITARY APPRECIATION DAY

BRAMPTON BEAST AND COSMOS SPORTS HELP KOTAK LAW HOST ANNUAL REMEMBRANCE DAY GAME

MILITARY APPRECIATION DAY

BRAMPTON BEAST AND COSMOS HELP KOTAK LAW HOST ANNUAL REMEMBRANCE DAY GAME
ABOUT KOTAK LAW
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Kotak Personal Injury Law is a trusted disability claims firm. Owned by Nainesh Kotak, the firm’s mission is to protect a client’s rights to justice and to receive the compensation they deserve. The practice is restrict to areas of disability and personal injury law.

ABOUT THE BRAMPTON BEAST

Founded in 2013 by President and General Manager, Cary Kaplan and Gregg Rosen of Kimco Steel Sales Ltd, the Brampton Beast Hockey Club are the proud ECHL affiliates of the NHL’s Ottawa Senators and the AHL’s Belleville Senators. Since 2013, the Beast have provided families in Peel Region and across the GTA with entertainment and memories to last a lifetime. In addition to their free Sunday Skate program, the team partnered with the CAA Centre in 2019 to provide those new to skating the opportunity to learn in a safe and fun environment.

THE CHALLENGES

Although we can never fully repay our military for all they have done for this country, the Brampton Beast and Kotak Law decided to use their platforms to spread positive messaging and appreciation for the men and women that risk their lives everyday.

THE SOLUTION

For the past 5 years, Nainesh Kotak, a highly reputable personal injury lawyer in Mississauga, has donated 1,000 tickets to active and veteran members of the military, and given $4,000 to Wounded Warriors Canada. Nainesh’s actions stem heavily fro this: “I feel this event contributes to the strengthening of the community and the people who want to make a difference.”

Ultimately, these past 5 years have grown the Brampton Beast Military Appreciation Day Game into a spectacle and a tradition, as the Beast work to design new uniforms each year, which have often gained national attention.

THE RESULTS

On November 10th, 2019, the Beast played the Toledo Walleye at the CAA Centre for their Military Appreciation Game. A total of 1,234 tickets were donated – attracting a of 3,139 fans in attendance. In addition to helping attract a large fan base, Cosmos hosted an online auction for the Beast Remembrance Day jerseys which brought in over $13,000+ in revenue for the team making it one of the most successful campaigns in team history. $50 from each purchase also went into supporting to Wounded Warriors Canada.