Richard Legendre

last updated 8/3/2017

Richard Legendre

Executive Vice President, Strategic Development and Communications at Montreal Impact

Location:
4750 Sherbrooke Street East, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
HQ Phone:
(514) 328-3668

General Information

Experience

Executive - Tennis Canada

Director - Canadian Open

Minister - Sport for the Parti-Quebecois

Honorary President - Granby National Bank Challenger

Quebec City Chapter Coordinator - Society of Competitive Intelligence Professionals

Education

University of Quebec

Affiliations

Member - ATP

Elected Member - National Assembly

Recent News  

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Richard Legendre, Executive VP, Montreal Impact and Stade Saputo

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Richard Legendre - John Molson Sports Marketing Committee

Richard Legendre
Richard Legendre Richard Legendre Richard Legendre Executive Vice-President of Soccer Operations & Stade Saputo, Montreal Impact RICHARD LEGENDRE, Executive Vice-President of Soccer Operations & Stade Saputo for Impact de Montréal, will be at #JMSM17! Richard Legendre began his career as young athlete becoming the Canadian Tennis Junior Champion in 1971. He then continued his career in tennis as a member of the ATP from 1974 to 1979. Richard studied at the University of Quebec, where he graduated in recreology. Pursuing his dream in sports, he became the Director of the Canadian Open and Tennis Canada, from 1988 to 2001. One of his notable accomplishments was the construction project at Jarry Park, where help fund through public financing and major sponsors. He was an instrumental part in 2002 with the rescue and re-launching of the Montreal Impact as a non-profit organization. Today, Richard Legendre is the Executive Vice-President of Soccer Operations and Stade Saputo.

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Staff

Richard Legendre
RICHARD LEGENDRE :: Executive VP of the Impact and the Saputo Stadium Joined the Impact: Aug. 2007 Role: Assistant to Mr. Richard Legendre and Mr. Claude Pinard

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