Winnipeg, Manitoba – October 1, 2013 -
 Ag Growth International teamed up with the Health Sciences Centre Foundation this past weekend, in the first annual Celebrity Human Race – Winnipeg. 

This exciting fundraising initiative encouraged teams of local Winnipeggers along with a drafted celebrity team member to run around the city visiting “pit stops” and were tasked to complete several unique challenges. Actor Billy Baldwin, NBA alumni John Salley and NHL alumni Marty McSorley were just some of the remarkable celebrities that came through our doors committed to the cause. AGI sponsored a pit stop where teams were challenged to pull a grain auger through an obstacle course across the employee parking lot, assemble two giant puzzles and correctly identify AGI product photos with the corresponding brand and product name. The teams and staff had a lot of fun playing along while simultaneously learning more about what we do at AGI.  

The money raised from this event will help the HSC Foundation support research, education and advanced technology and infrastructure enhancements at HSC Winnipeg. The Celebrity Human Race will help the HSC Foundation bring hope to life. AGI is proud to be involved in such a worthwhile cause. 

Take a look at some of the photos from the event, here --> Celebrity Human Race Winnipeg - PHOTOS

About Ag Growth International 

Ag Growth International (AGI) is a leading manufacturer of portable and stationary grain handling, storage and conditioning equipment including augers, belt conveyors, grain storage bins, grain handling accessories, grain aeration equipment and grain drying systems. AGI has eleven manufacturing facilities in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom and Finland, and its sales, marketing and distribution system distributes products in 48 states, nine provinces, and internationally. 

For more information regarding AGI, please visit www.aggrowth.com
For further information, please contact:

Paul Brisebois 
V.P. Marketing 
Ag Growth International 
(204) 489-1855