James Edwards Joins Eagles as Manager of Corporate and Community Partnerships
The Cape Breton Screaming Eagles have announced that James Edwards has been named as Manager of Corporate and Community Partnerships.
Edwards, a native of Homeville, NS, has over 40 years experience in coaching and administration. Edwards is retired from Revenue Canada after 30 years on corporate payroll auditing and has spent his last 3 years with the CB Regional School Board as a school bus driver. James is no stranger to the hockey community, he has served as President of Glace Bay Minor Hockey for the past 12 years and the first female hockey coordinator in the GB Minor Hockey Association. James has also played at the Junior and Senior hockey level.
“I am really excited to be joining the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles. They are an exciting team. I am committed to get every minor hockey player, student and hockey fan – young and old to come out and support this team, said Edwards. “I want every minor hockey player on Cape Breton Island to dream of one day being a Screaming Eagle. With the new ownership and management team, the future is bright for years to come.”
James role is to support the business office to enhance existing Corporate and Community Partnerships as create new partnerships. “I am very pleased to have James join the Eagles organization in this role,” said Screaming Eagles president Gerard Shaw. “The knowledge and community relations experience he brings to the organization will be an invaluable asset and assist in the success of promotion of our team.”