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ICE launch Donate Your Season Seat Program

Cranbrook, B.C. – The Kootenay ICE Hockey Club is pleased to announce further details about its Donate Your Season Seat Program.

On Tuesday, the ICE launched the initiative, which provides individuals or groups the opportunity to purchase 2018-19 season seats then donate them to an identified group or to ICE youth programming (Minor Hockey Team of the Game, Community Group of the Game, Classroom of the Game, etc.).

During the 2017-18 season, season seats were purchased and donated by the Cranbrook Royals, Cranbrook Colonels, Cranbrook Colts, the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Jarret Stoll, Brayden McNabb, Brad Tutschek, Adam Cracknell, Cen-Con, R & J Murdoch Dairy Distributing, Caliper Machine & Hydraulics Ltd., Ione Hrisook and Cristoforo Columbo Lodge. Those donated season seats were used to develop programs like the Kootenay ICE Minor Hockey Team of the Game, Classroom of the Game and Community Group of the Game.

In total, thanks to those donated tickets, the ICE hosted 27 minor hockey teams, 28 classes, and six community groups.

To purchase and donate ICE 18-19 season seats, click on the link provided >> CLICK HERE

Thanks to Early Bird season seat pricing, children/ students can attend ICE home games during the 18-19 regular season for only $6.18 per game.

Kootenay ICE 2018-19 season seats are available. On Tuesday, the club launched its Early Bird pricing, which provides significant savings and exclusive benefits. ICE season seats can be purchased at the ICE Gear Store at Western Financial Place during regular business hours or by calling 250-417-0322.

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