Hockey contest begins

Kraft Canada’s Hockeyville program is back and bigger than ever, awarding a total of $1 million in prizing to 16 different communities.

Kraft Canada’s Hockeyville program is back and bigger than ever, awarding a total of $1 million in prizing to 16 different communities.

Prizes include:

One grand prize of $100,000 in arena upgrades and a broadcast NHL pre-season game played in the local community;

One prize of $100,000 in arena upgrades;

Two prizes of $50,000 each in arena upgrades for third and fourth place, and;

Twelve prizes of $25,000 each in arena upgrades.

Canadian communities are invited to start preparing their submissions to vie for the title of Kraft Hockeyville 2014 with the nomination period opening Jan. 1.

Submissions will be accepted until Feb. 9. For contest rules and complete program details, please visit KraftHockeyville.ca.

 

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