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SEA DOGS PARTNER WITH SAINT JOHN YOUTH MINOR HOCKEY

The Saint John Sea Dogs announced a new partnership with Saint John Youth Minor Hockey.

The partnership is primarily focused on helping local minor hockey players raise money for their teams. Saint John Youth Minor Hockey teams are selling specially priced adult Sea Dogs tickets for $16 each (regular price of $19). Proceeds from each ticket sold go directly to the minor hockey team, helping them raise money for new hockey sweaters, allow them to play in tournaments, and giving every young girl and boy the opportunity to play Canada’s favourite pastime.

“This partnership is about our love, as Saint Johnners, for the game of hockey” said Sea Dogs President and General Manager, Trevor Georgie. “It gets more of our local youth playing hockey, it makes it more accessible to all, and it puts Sea Dogs tickets in peoples’ hands. Hopefully one day, it comes full circle and some of the same youth who are part of this fundraising program, are playing right here at Harbour Station for the Sea Dogs.”

As of today, October 10, tickets can be purchased through individual teams or through President Mike Bonin at (506) 343-0289 and Secretary Mike Wills at (506) 651-1141.

“We are really happy to partner with the Sea Dogs and working with them through this fundraising program” said President, Mike Bonin. “This is a big opportunity for Saint John Youth Minor Hockey to raise a lot of money that is vital to our minor hockey program. Fans get a great deal because they’re saving three dollars per ticket, and they raise money for a good cause. Everybody wins!”

For other fundraising program inquires, please contact Andree Stephen, Manager of Sales and Customer Experience at (506) 632-9263.

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