Bruce Allen buys stake in WHL’s Vancouver Giants

 

 
 
 
 
Music manager Bruce Allen (right), shown with client Michael Buble, has bought into the WHL's Vancouver Giants, of which Buble also own a piece.
 

Music manager Bruce Allen (right), shown with client Michael Buble, has bought into the WHL's Vancouver Giants, of which Buble also own a piece.

Photograph by: Arlen Redekop, The Province

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VANCOUVER — Noted Vancouver rock music manager Bruce Allen is a new part owner of the Western Hockey League’s Vancouver Giants, the team announced today.

Allen, whose stable of artists over the years has included Bryan Allen, Bachman Turner Overdrive, Michael Buble, Loverboy, Anne Murray, and more, will be introduced as the WHL team’s new co-owner at a Tuesday news conference.

One of Allen's clients — Buble — already has a part-ownership in the Giants, whose principal owner is Ron Toigo.

 
 
 
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Music manager Bruce Allen (right), shown with client Michael Buble, has bought into the WHL's Vancouver Giants, of which Buble also own a piece.
 

Music manager Bruce Allen (right), shown with client Michael Buble, has bought into the WHL's Vancouver Giants, of which Buble also own a piece.

Photograph by: Arlen Redekop, The Province

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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