Cyber club Canucks contest

SOEC Cyber Club has Canucks contest with chance to win six-game packages to Canucks Young Stars Classic

The South Okanagan Events Centre Cyber Club has a contest offering fans two chances to win six-game packages for the Canucks Young Stars Classic on Sept. 11-14. The contest encourages people to show them they are a Canucks by using the hashtag #PROUDCANUCKS and sharing photos and video of how they are a Canuck. Additional entries can be made by entering online and sharing the contest on social media. The premium VIP package includes parking for the entire tournament, a VIP credential and lanyard, exclusive t-shirt — five-year commemorative, seating in the VIP section (ice level) during the games and one VIP buffet meal during each game. The contest is limited to one entry,  per user account/email per day. Visit soec.ca for the official rules and regulations.

 

 

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