Last day to join PlayOn
This weekend local businesses will compete for street hockey supremacy and fight to end hunger at the annual Hockey Night in Canada’s Play On tournament.
And if you team wants a chance to kick street hockey butt while battling hunger, today is your last chance to join in on the fun!
Registration ends at midnight (Tuesday) tonight, which is also your last chance to join the UPS Corporate Division, with proceeds sent directly to the Kelowna Food Bank.
If you register for the UPS Corporate Division your office staff will enjoy an unforgettable day of team building and friendly competition.
The UPS Corporate Division teams may have between four and ten players with 66 per cent of the registration fee going to the food bank.
The $750 registration fee covers the first five players, with $125 for each additional person.
Corporate teams play a minimum of four games, competing to win a replica Redwood Cup while enjoying the UPS Corporate Lounge.
“Play On! is going to be an amazing street hockey experience, and your business should be a part of it,” says Lenetta Parry, food bank executive director.
“It’s a win/win event. Play On! is a team building opportunity for staff and employees that gives back to our community. I would like to thank all of the registered teams and tournament sponsors.”
Is your team in? Visit www.playon.ca or call the Kelowna Food Bank at 250-763-7161 to register.
Comments on this story are pre-moderated and approval times may vary. Before they appear, comments are reviewed by moderators to ensure they meet our submission guidelines. Keep it clean, keep it civil, keep it truthful, stay on topic and be responsible. Comments are open and welcome for three days after the story is published. We reserve the right to close comments before then. Comments that appear on the site are not the opinion of Castanet, but only of the comment writer.
Read more Kelowna News
- 3-year study on 2nd crossingKelowna
- Zimmermann bows outKelowna
- Witness shot at during chaseWest Kelowna
- Rogue grass cutters hit Dr KnoxKelowna
Kelowna Discussion Forum
Kelowna's Cultural District
Kelowna Road Closures
William R. Bennett Bridge
Tourism Kelowna Central Okanagan
District of Peachland
District of Lake Country
School District 23
Okanagan Regional Library