Hockey fans and families living with diabetes – this is a gem of an experience for you. Enter for a chance to meet Max Domi with this Contour Next Powered by Accuracy 16 Reasons Contest. This is a #NextLevel opportunity!
Why 16? Max’s jersey number is 16, in homage to Bobby Clarke, his idol and a former NHL player who has diabetes.
INSIDER TIP: your “16 reasons” don’t need to be full sentences, it can be a brief phrase such as “#1 fan!” or even emoji’s. 🙂
About Max Domi:
Hockey fans will want to see this homegrown Canadian ice hockey player. He currently plays for the Arizona Coyotes in the NHL. Families living with Diabetes will want to see Max because living with Type 1 Diabetes does not hold him back from being a professional athlete. He is an inspiration to young and old for his dedication in his sport, his commitment to his his health and for using his voice to increase Diabetes awareness.
Contour NEXT Powered By Accuracy 16 Reasons Contest
Enter online at www.poweredbyaccuracy.ca for a chance to meet Max Domi and win one of three prizes (read full contest rules & regulations).
The Grand Prize: 4 Gold level seats for 1 regular season professional hockey game (Arizona vs Edmonton) in Edmonton at the new Rogers Place Arena on January 16, 2017. The winner will receive return airfare for 4 people from anywhere in Canada, one night hotel accommodation in Edmonton for 4 people, and perhaps a chance to meet Max after the game (based on player availability)! (Approx retail value: $ 5,200)
Four Runner-Up Prizes including: two fitness activity trackers ( valued at $100 each), and two gift certificates of $150 each for myabetic.com, diabetes fashion retailer.
Do not miss the opportunity to enter for a chance to win. And if one of you lovely Parent Club readers happen to win the grand prize…please…say Hi to Max for me! 🙂
*Meet and greet with Max cannot be guaranteed because there is always the chance Max can always have an injury which prevents him from after-game meet-ups.
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