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Lenox Hackman cutting Zamboni at Senators game for Roger’s House


September 8, 2009
By Anthony Capkun

Lenox will be cutting a Zamboni in half at Scotiabank Place prior to the Ottawa Senators pre-season game against the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday, September 19. This event is part of the 2009 Hackman World Tour during which Lee “Hackman” Breton has hit the road to spread the word about the new Lenox T2 Blade Technology on recip saw blades and hacksaw blades.

November 4, 2009 – UPDATE!

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The
Zamboni will be at numerous locations in the Ottawa area from September
15 to 19 as part of the fundraising event. During the week, area
residents will be encouraged to sign their name on the Zamboni. Lenox
will donate one dollar for every signature obtained, to a maximum of
$10,000, to the Sens Foundation. The funds will be used directly to
support Roger’s House, a local facility designed to provide pediatric
palliative and respite care with the objective of enhancing the comfort
and quality of life for children and their families.




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Throughout
2009, Hackman has been travelling the globe and cutting all kinds of
vehicles in half, including a police car, a double-decker bus in the
United Kingdom, and a Jeepney in the Philippines. The Ottawa stop will
be the only major event in Canada, and will mark the first time The
Hackman has cut a Zamboni.



In
support of the tour, LENOX has launched cutsomething.com, which
provides a virtual tour of the Lenox factory where visitors can learn
about the T2 technology through videos, demos and sampling.




CLICK HERE to visit the website.