97.7 HTZ-FM is proud to support the Brad May Celebrity Hockey Classic this November in support of the Easter Seals!
The Brad May Celebrity Hockey Classic offers hockey enthusiasts the opportunity to compete in a hockey tournament with former NHL greats. Participants will have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play alongside former NHL stars such as Brad May, Marcel Dionne, Kris King and others while supporting children with physical disabilities in Ontario. All registered participants will join NHL greats at the exclusive VIP Draft Party, where everyone will join together for an evening of fun, food and festivities. Each team will be given the chance to draft one former NHL great to play on their team, with the team who raises the most money having first pick of the draft. The more your team raises, the higher you will draft! Each team is guaranteed a minimum of 3 games during the one-day hockey tournament.
When & Where: Canlan Ice Sports, Oakville, November 21 & 22, 2013
How: It’s easy! Just raise a minimum of $300 per player and $1,800 per team (for up to 20 players). Our online fundraising tools make it easy for you to reach your goal. Singles are welcome with a $100 registration fee.
Why: That’s a great question! To help children with physical disabilities achieve a greater level of acceptance and independence.
Each Team Will Receive:
§ The opportunity to play with and against some of hockey’s most accomplished and admired icons!
§ A commemorative team photo
§ Personalized autographs from celebrity participants
§ Personalized team jerseys with matching socks
§ Invitation to the exclusive VIP Draft Party
§ Access to a personalized team web page and support network to help you and your teammates raise the most money possible
§ Weekly opportunities to win prizes recognizing your fundraising efforts
The BIGGS & BARR-BARIANS will play the field and look to take home the cup as we raise some great money for the Easter Seals!
Space is limited - register now at www.celebrityhockeyclassics.ca
For more information contact Lisa-Marie Smith at 289.439.0485 or firstname.lastname@example.org.