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Crunch Announce Details Of Uncle Bob's Self Storage 'Uncle Of The Year' Contest

March 8, 2010 - American Hockey League (AHL) - Syracuse Crunch News Release

Syracuse, NY (March 8, 2010) - The Syracuse Crunch announced today the details of the Uncle Bob's Self Storage 'Uncle of the Year' contest.

During the month of March, fans will have the opportunity to nominate their favorite uncle for the Uncle Bob's Self Storage 'Uncle of the Year' award. To submit a nomination, fans must write an essay of up to 250 words giving reasons why they think their uncle should be selected as the Uncle Bob's Self Storage 'Uncle of the Year'.

A panel of judges consisting of Uncle Bob's Self Storage staff members, as well as Crunch players, will review the entries and select a winner. The winning uncle will be notified the first week of April and receive a prize pack, compliments of Uncle Bob's Self Storage.

Fans can submit their essays in person at all remaining Crunch home games through the end of March at the Guest Services table, located on the second floor concourse outside Crunch room 243, or by emailing Todd Cross at tcross@syracusecrunch.com.

With four locations in Central New York - Cicero, East Syracuse, Liverpool, and Spencer Street in Syracuse - Uncle Bob's has the self storage solutions you are looking for. They provide a free truck rental for all new rentals, carry a full line of boxes and moving supplies, and offer a variety of size and climate control options to fit every need Log on to www.unclebobs.com for more information.

The Crunch's next home game is Friday, March 12 vs. Lowell at 7:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased by calling the Crunch office at 315-473-4444, stopping by the Oncenter Box Office, located on the State Street side of the War Memorial or by calling Ticketmaster at 315-472-0700.

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