Saskatchewan Roughriders Unveil Updated 2022 Gray Cup Festival Logo | The Canadian News

After losing the opportunity to host the 2020 Gray Cup due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Saskatchewan Roughriders have released an updated logo for the 2022 Gray Cup Festival.

The organization said in a press release that many of the elements and beauty of the 2020 logo remain in the updated 2022 logo, including the Saskatchewan landscape highlighted through golden wheat fields and shades of green in celebration of the Roughriders. , as host of the festival.

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“We were very pleased with the 2020 Gray Cup logo and how it represented the beauty of Saskatchewan and our pride as Rider fans as hosts of the Gray Cup,” said Brand Director Anthony Partipilo.

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“And while it broke our hearts to not be able to host the Gray Cup in 2020, we can’t wait to welcome everyone to the heart of the CFL in 2022 with this revamped logo and some exciting new plans for the Gray Cup Festival.”

For fans looking to stock up early or those looking for a gift for a fan, the 2022 Gray Cup Festival merchandise is on sale at the Riders Stores at Mosaic Stadium in Regina and Midtown in Saskatoon, as well as in Canada and the world in

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Roughrider season ticket holders will have their first opportunity to purchase tickets to the 109th Gray Cup, which is scheduled for November 20, 2022.

The sale date to the public and other details will be announced in the new year.

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