Lakeland Ford and Lakeland Hyundai are proud to be founding partners in the launch of the La Ronge Now website. Located in Prince Albert, our dealerships are truly located in the “Gateway to the North” and as such, northern communities like La Ronge are an integral part of our business. Having said that, we’d like to take a brief moment to thank all of you for your support over the years.
To extend our appreciation and gratitude for the loyal patronage we receive from the residents of La Ronge and other northern communities, our dealerships strive to be active stewards to these communities.
We actively seek partnerships in which we can help make our communities stronger and better.
Giving back to the communities in which we serve is a principal in which we keep close to heart — in fact, it is a principal that stems throughout the entire Wyant Group. Lakeland Ford and Lakeland Hyundai proudly sponsors the La Ronge Ice Wolves, the Prince Albert Raiders, the Play It Forward program, the Feeding our Future program and other local initiatives. However, we recognize that we would not be in the position to give back to these programs without your continued support.
We are excited that the La Ronge Now website will provide an additional opportunity for us to give back to the residents of La Ronge.
We feel that a website such as this provides a much needed voice to the town of La Ronge and all of the members within it. We know that information is power and that this website will serve as an integral communications tool to the inhabitants of La Ronge, as well as provide a forum in which the community can strengthen and grow — similar to how the paNow site has done in Prince Albert.
In the words of the late Henry Ford, "coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success." Here’s to the La Ronge Now and the ever-growing strength and bond of our greater northern community - both online and off.
Scott Newsom -Managing Partner
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