Interview with Broncos Board Chairman Liam Choo-Foo:
Interview with Broncos Director of Business Operations Dianne Sletten
The smallest market in the Canadian Hockey League is continuing to overcome the odds in building a financially stable position.
For the fourth time in five seasons the Swift Current Broncos have posted a profit.
The $140,000 profit doesn’t come without some caveats.
Approximately $230,000 of their revenue came from their share of profits from the World Women’s Curling Championship in Swift Current and the Memorial Cup in Red Deer.
“We are very pleased to be able to announce an overall profit,” said Chairman of the Broncos board Liam Choo-Foo. “The club has never been in a stronger financial position than we are currently. Having said that it is somewhat misleading this year in that some extraordinary income from the World Curling and the Memorial Cup were really what created that profit. Had we just based it on our normal operations we are probably at a $90,000 loss.”