Penticton Vees president, general manger and head coach Fred Harbinson during training camp last year. Harbinson will be held captive in The Peach concession on Okanagan Lake on Aug. 13 until the Vees reach their goal of 30 more new season ticket memberships sold. (Western News file photo)

Penticton Vees coach held captive in The Peach

Vees hoping to get 30 more season ticket memberships

It’s the pits, but the Penticton Vees head coach is being held captive.

Fred Harbinson, Vees president, general manager and head coach, will be locked inside The Peach concession on Okanagan Lake on Tuesday, Aug. 13, and will not be let out until the goal of 30 new season ticket memberships is reached.

READ MORE: Penticton Vees will face national champions in pre-season action

Keeping him company while he is locked up will be Vees players, staff and the team mascot HarVee starting at noon.

Harbinson is are encouraging the public to come to The Peach (185 Lakeshore Dr.) while he is

“peach-tained” and meet the team and join the drive to help him escape.

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