Penticton Western News Online Hockey Pool.

$4,500 in prizes up for grabs in Penticton Western News hockey pool

More than $4,500 in weekly and grand prizes will be given away in the contest.

Measure yourself against the best hockey fans in Penticton for a chance to win great prizes in the Penticton Western News online hockey pool.

More than $4,500 in weekly and grand prizes will be given away in the contest which is open now until entry cutoff date on Oct. 18 at 11:59 p.m. (Pacific).

“We are so excited to be able to bring back this contest again this year. With our sponsor’s support we will be giving away some great prizes,” said Shannon Simpson, group publisher Black Press South Okanagan.

The grand prize is a 58′-inch TV from Andre’s Electronics, second place will win a barbecue from Canadian Tire and third place is a man cave package also courtesy of Canadian Tire.

On top of the grand prizes, a weekly prize of $50 in gift certificates to various Penticton businesses will be up for grabs. The first week of prizes starts on Oct. 26.

The online hockey pool, also brought to you by, is free to enter. One entry per person please. Participants must be at least 19 years of age to enter. Employees of the Penticton Western News and and/or their immediate families are not eligible to participate. To enter the pool visit the Penticton Western News here.


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