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FRANCIS BOUILLON, new ambassador for Nat's workwear

(Quebec City, December 12, 2018) - Known for his hockey skills and fighting spirit, Francis Bouillon is also a very generous man. As the new ambassador and spokesperson for Nat's products from local company Paragone, Bouillon will have the great pleasure on Wednesday, December 19, of providing boots, shirts and gloves to the youngsters at Maison Dauphine.

This outstanding athlete has the well-being of young people at heart and wants to ensure that those in need can benefit from a little comfort and warmth at this time of year. A beautiful gesture of altruism organized by Francis in collaboration with the MVP Group. For the holiday season, he is launching an appeal to everyone and invites the population to give generously to Maison Dauphine.

Having spent 3 seasons in the old capital city with the Rafales and the Citadelles, it was the perfect time for Bouillon to help young people in Quebec City. For the occasion, he invited former NHL players well known in Quebec City Alain Côté and Simon Gagné to join him for the presentation of donations of these essential winter items on December 19 at noon. In addition to handing over the Nat's clothing and products donated by Paragone, our star players will have the pleasure of serving lunch and interacting with the youngsters from Maison Dauphine as part of a Christmas activity.

Paragone, a company that is also committed to its community, has not hesitated to get involved in its spokesperson's project by making these donations that will keep the youngsters at Maison Dauphine warm.

Paragone, which manufactures Nat's products, is a Quebec City-based company whose plant is located in the Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures industrial park. It distributes high-quality work and outdoor clothing across Canada and the United States. Designed to get through our icy Quebec winter, the young people at Maison Dauphine will be properly footwear thanks to the great generosity of this Quebec company and hockey player Francis Bouillon.