Monique Gendron, aka @Lilminimo wants to make sure that everyone is clear about their responsibilities at this Sunday’s Western Final between the BC Lions and Calgary Stampeders. Take her advice and be there to defend our cup!
BCLionsDen.ca video blogger, Monique Gendron, did the rounds at the 100th Grey Cup Train Tour launch in Vancouver. If you missed it, Monique pretty much takes you there in this great video.
You can follow Monique on Twitter: @lilminimo and subscribe to her YouTube channel as well.
Our creative video blogger Monique Gendron, founding member of the loud and proud Section 229 crew at BC Place, recently completed her first CFL road trip.
She saw the Lions dominate the Calgary Stampeders, met up with some great Stampeder fans and tried on a pretty big ring…cause that’s how she rolls. A few Lions players also give a shout out to Section 229 after the game.
Follow Monique on Twitter: @Lilminimo
BCLionsDen.ca video blogger Monique Gendron was one of the winners of a CFL fan experience in Barbados with the CFLPA. Monique shares her trip with Lions fans n her latest video blog. You can follow Monique on Twitter @lilminimo, and you should because she’s funny and cool, and she’s a big Lions fan.
Without further ado, Monique and the CFLPA in Barbados and after that, check out the video that won her the trip. You can see why we’re pretty happy to have her as part of our team.
Just like a football team, fan blogs need to stay fresh and keep adding talent. With that in mind BCLionsDen.ca is happy to announce the signing of Monique Gendron, aka @Lilminimo, as our new video blogger. In keeping with our blog policy, terms of the deal were not released.
Monique is one of the Lions biggest fans and is a founding member of Section 229, a loud and dedicated fan group at BC Place stadium. BCLionsDen.ca owner Brian Wawryshyn knew that the blog had to make an effort to get her signed.
“Monique and her agent Jeff Green certainly bargained hard. We thought we had a deal last week, but had to fine tune a few things. We feel her talent and spirit will be a great addition to the site. She brings an originality, sense of humour and an undeniable passion for the BC Lions that are going to be very evident in her videos,” said Wawryshyn. “There were other video bloggers we considered, but in the end we got our first choice and we’re thrilled.”
Gendron spoke to reporters at a news conference to announce the signing on Sunday:
Asked when Gendron will start blogging for BCLionsDen.ca, Wawryshyn said, “Well as it says in her contract, whenever the hell she wants to.”
Follow Monique on Twitter @lilminimo and watch for her video blogs on Twitter, on our Facebook page and of course here on BCLionsden.ca