I am sure you share my enormous pride and excitement with the Boston Bruins winning the Stanley Cup.  Hallmark Health is privileged to be a partner with a championship franchise.  To celebrate this partnership and achievement, Hallmark Health is sponsoring one of the duck boats that will carry the victorious players in tomorrow’s Stanley Cup parade. The boat will be decked out with Hallmark Health banners for all to see.  In addition, Hallmark Health will have visibility on two jumbotrons at Boston Common and Copley Square and special recognition in newspaper ads in the Boston Globe and Boston Herald.  How great is this!

 This championship team displayed undeniable focus, determination and a commitment to achieving excellence on the ice.  Bruins players Andrew Ference, Brad Marchand, Daniel Paille and Michael Ryder, who visited with you and our patients at Melrose-Wakefield Hospital and Lawrence Memorial Hospital, played key roles in bringing the Stanley Cup to Boston. The Bruins’ victory shows what a determined team can accomplish and is an inspiration to all of us to continue to be focused, committed to keeping Hallmark Health a great health care system.

For those of you going to the victory parade tomorrow or watching this celebration on TV remember this: Hallmark Health is the official health care partner of the great and mighty Boston Bruins.

Michael V. Sack, FACHE

President and Chief Executive Officer

Hallmark Health System, Inc.

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