Bulldog Ryan Steele takes the puck around Victoria Grizzlies’ Jackson Alexander during their home opener game on Sept. 15. NEWS FILE PHOTO

Alberni Valley Bulldogs offer $1,000 guaranteed 50/50 jackpot

The jackpot will be available during their next home game on Saturday, Dec. 2

The Alberni Valley Bulldogs will be offering a $1,000 guaranteed 50/50 jackpot at their next home game.

The team is partnering with Darren DeLuca of RE/MAX Mid Island Realty to offer the jackpot during the Saturday, Dec. 2 game when the Bulldogs take on the Penticton Vees.

“Someone on Saturday will be walking out our doors at least $1,000 richer,” said Tali Campbell, director of business operations. “This is a one time event, and I feel it will encourage people to buy tickets to test their luck.”

Proceeds from the draw go towards ice rental for the Alberni Valley Bulldogs Junior A Hockey Club.

Puck drop is at 7 p.m. on Saturday, with doors opening at 6 p.m.

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