May 11, 2012
Als president quits
By QMI Agency
Ray Lalonde is quitting his job as president of the Montreal Alouettes for personal reasons, the CFL team announced Friday.
Lalonde joined the Alouettes in March 2011 and immediately implemented a new commercial strategy.
"Getting the chance to work in football again is something I truly enjoyed," Lalonde said. "The pieces are in place for a successful season both on and off the field and I wish the team the best as they look to win the Grey Cup in 2012."
A native of Trois-Rivieres, Que., Lalonde previously has worked for the Montreal Canadiens, the NBA and the Penn State Nittany Lions.