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William Grant & Sons Crown Distiller and International Distiller of the Year

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WILLIAM GRANT & SONS CROWNED DISTILLER AND INTERNATIONAL DISTILLER OF THE YEAR Pioneering distiller scoops two prestigious titles, three trophies and 51 medals at IWSC Awards New York, NY (November 17, 2011) – Independent, family-owned distiller William Grant & Sons has been named the 2011 ‘Distiller of the Year’ and ‘International Spirits Producer of the Year’ at the prestigious International Wine and Spirit Competition (IWSC) Awards, which took place at Guildhall in London, last night. William Grant & Sons has retained the IWSC’s title of ‘Distiller of the Year’ from last year, the fourth time it has been awarded this highly sought-after title since 1999, having received distiller accolades from ISC and IWSC an unprecedented nine times in the last …

Calgary Flames vs. The Wall Shoot Out Award Presentation

Calgary Flames vs. The Wall Shoot Out – 2011

PMA Canada News

Peter Mielzynski, better known as “The Wall”, stood tall between the pipes in a special Appleton Estate shootout even at the Scotiabank Saddledome on February 10th. Plames players Jarome Ignla, Olli Jokinen and Brendan Mikkelson tried their best to beat “The Wall” and the results were shown via an interactive contest with fans during the Flames vs. Ducks game on February 11th. [ View Full Article ]

Peter "The Wall" Mielzynski vs. The Calgary Flames 2011 Collage

Press Release – Peter “The Wall” Mielzynski vs. The Calgary Flames 2011

PMA Canada News

Peter “The Wall” Mielzynski went up against the NHL stars of the Calgary Flames on February 11, game day against the Anaheim Ducks to raise $5,000 charity along with Calgary Co-op. In all “The Wall” stopped 5 of 10 penalty shots, with the highlight being an amazing poke check stop, showing that the President of PMA still has the chops to stonewall some of the top stars in the NHL in front of an over half-full ScotiaBank Saddledome. In our most attended promotion to date, the Flames had # 1-10 sealed in a envelope & the 10 contestants picked numbers from 1-10 to see what order they got to pick the envelope in. At the end of the shoot out …