The executive of Campbell River Minor Hockey took to the ice at the second intermission in last Friday’s Campbell River Storm game to unveil the grand prize in the association’s fundraising raffle – a Jeep Wrangler. Tickets are available now and the winning ticket will be drawn March 17.

Minor hockey raffle offers chance to win Jeep Wrangler as the grand prize

Campbell River currently has 582 boys and girls registered in minor hockey

Campbell River currently has 582 boys and girls registered in minor hockey.

In addition to the physical fitness and health benefits of hockey, the hope is that players will learn valuable life skills including leadership, dedication, teamwork, respect, sportsmanship and good citizenship. It is the Campbell River Minor Hockey Association’s (CRMHA) goal that every Campbell River child that wants to get involved in the sport has the opportunity to do so.

Members currently benefit from paying one of the lowest registration fees for recreational hockey in Canada

You can support the Campbell River Minor Hockey Association by purchasing a ticket for $10  for your chance to win the Grand Prize of a new Jeep Wrangler from Bill Howich Chrysler valued at $35,000 or a his and hers mountain bike package from Pedal Your World or a Marine Wildlife & Tidal Rapids Tour from Discovery Marine Safaris.

Ticket printing has been donated by Seymour Pacific Developments. Only 8,000 tickets printed; 1/8000 chance to win.  The draw will take place Saturday, March 17 at Starthcona Gardens.

For more information and to find out where you can get your tickets please check out our website at www.campbellriverminorhockey.com.

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