Update: Scroll to the bottom to see the winner
With just over a week left before the 2014 Tim Hortons NHL Heritage Classic, Pangcouver is happy to announce the launch of a contest to award a pair of tickets to a youth hockey player (under 18 years of age). The Heritage Classic will be played on Sunday, March 2 at BC Place Stadium. This will be the first hockey game played at BC Place, so we’re hoping it stays dry that day so they can open up the retractable roof.
Here’s a trailer to get you excited for the big game!
Contest Period: February 22 (8:00pm) – February 28 (12:00pm)
How to Enter
REQUIRED: For 1 entry, send an email to email@example.com with the entrant’s name and the name of the youth hockey team they represent. Then leave us a comment below and tell us what the Heritage Classic means to you.
Up to 12 additional entries can be made by doing the following:
1. ‘Like’ Pangcouver on Facebook (+1 entry)
2. Share the contest post on Facebook (+2 entries). https://www.facebook.com/Pangcouver/photos/a.366362880083313.103268.349063011813300/687050838014514/?type=1&theater
3. Follow @Pangcouver on Twitter (+1 entry)
4. Tweet the following (+3 entries): I entered the @Pangcouver contest to win 2 tickets to the 2014 Tim Hortons #NHL #HeritageClassic http://bit.ly/1fkvYkf
5. Post the below picture to Instagram with the following caption (+5 entries): Win 2 tickets to the 2014 Tim Hortons #NHL #HeritageClassic. Visit Pangcouver.com for full contest details. #Vancouver #Canucks
We will randomly select a winner on February 28, and contact the winner by email to make arrangements for ticket pickup or delivery within Greater Vancouver.
By participating, you are consenting to allow the National Hockey League and its teams to publish your entry/story/content in their marketing materials, and receive consent from the parents/guardians of any minors appearing in the content that may have been acquired through this contest.
We’re pleased to announce that Lee Drever is the winner of the ticket giveaway! He nominated his 10-year old son Spencer, who is a goaltender for the Cloverdale Snipers of the CMHA. Like most young hockey players, Spencer loves the game. Unlike most young hockey player, however, Spencer has is crazy for old-time hockey. His father Lee showed him the “The Sweater” when he was six and it changed his life. Since then, he has experienced the heartbreak that only a Canucks fan can know, the pride of two Olympic gold medals, and an enduring fascination with the original six teams.
Enjoy the game Lee and Spencer! We love his story and we hope you have a blast! Go Canucks!