Thursday, March 10, 2011

Tweet to win – Vancouver Canucks tickets and more!

Are you a hockey fan? How’d you like to sit lower bowl in Rogers Arena for the Canucks’ final home game of the season? Tune in to Hockey Night in Canada on CBC this Saturday at 7pm to see the Canucks take on the Calgary Flames – and you could win big!

Here’s how:
Our Douglas College TV commercial will air at some point during the March 12 Canucks’ game on CBC. When you see it, login to Twitter and look for a tweet from @douglascollege. Re-tweet that tweet before the end of the game, and you’ll be entered into a draw to win a ton of great prizes, including a pair of lower bowl Canucks tickets for their last home game of the season (April 7 vs. the Minnesota Wild)!

But that's not it. We're also going to give away:
  • lift tickets for Cypress Mountain
  • a Vancouver Canucks Henrik Sedin jersey
  • Hockey Night in Canada merchandise and more!
The quicker, the better:
The first 20 people to re-tweet will win an extra prize – so don’t wait!

Get ready to win:
1. Watch our television commercial so that you recognize it when it airs
2. Create a Twitter account (if you don’t have one already)
3. Make sure to follow @douglascollege so you see the Tweet on Saturday night!

Rules & Regs:
- Contest is open to all Lower Mainland residents over the age of 16
- One prize per person. Winners are required to show picture I.D. when claiming prize and sign for receipt of that prize
- Winners must be able to pick up prizes from a Douglas College campus (New Westminster or Coquitlam, BC) during business hours (Monday-Friday, 8am-4:30pm)
- We cannot mail prizes to winners
- All prizes won are as-is, and cannot be exchanged for cash or equal cash value. Prizes are non-transferable.
- Re-tweet must be sent within 5 minutes of the end of the game (including over time or shootout)
- Winners will be contacted on Wednesday, March 16 via Twitter
- Grand prize winners agree to allow Douglas College to use their name, and/or likeness for promotional purposes, without further compensation.