ROYALS’ FANS CAN GIVE THE GIFT OF HOCKEY THIS SEASON!
ROYALS’ FANS CAN GIVE THE GIFT OF HOCKEY THIS HOLIDAY SEASON!
Victoria unveils Kids Club and Holiday Combo.
For Immediate Release
Friday, December 7, 2012
Victoria, BC – The Victoria Royals are pleased to announce the launch of the Royals’ Kids Club, sponsored by Alex Burns of ReMax. The Royals’ Holiday Combo is also available and on sale now.
Royals’ Holiday Combo
The Royals’ Holiday Combo is the perfect gift for hockey fans of all ages. For $60, fans can get four anytime game vouchers as well as a pair of Royals winter gloves! Gloves come in two colours, grey and black, and are also touch screen compatible for smart phones!
Royals’ Kids Club sponsored by Alex Burns of ReMax
The Royals’ Kids Club is now available to all fans 12 and under! Membership is free! Parents can register their children for the Royals’ Kids Club online at www.victoriaroyals.com/kidsclub for Kids Club newsletters and monthly prize draws!
This season, there will be three Kids Club games on January 25th, February 22nd and March 10th. Royals’ Kids Club members can purchase an optional $25 ticket package that includes tickets to all three games, a complimentary child anytime game voucher and a Royals’ Kids Club T-shirt! If members show their cards at the Kids Club table during the selected games, they will also receive a Kids Club gift!
Both the Royals’ Holiday Combo and the Royals’ Kids Club ticket packages are now available at the Select Your Tickets Box Office. Give the gift of hockey this season by visiting the box office located at Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre or by calling 250-220-7889.
The Royals’ next home game takes place tomorrow night at Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre when they host the Swift Current Broncos for the annual Teddy Bear Toss Game! Puck drop is set for 7:05 p.m. Season tickets, mini packs and single game tickets are still available. Guarantee yourself the best seats by visiting www.victoriaroyals.com, calling 250-220-7889, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org before it’s too late!