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Win a Nissan Qashqai at Thursday's Petes Game

March 13, 2018 - Ontario Hockey League (OHL) - Peterborough Petes News Release

(Peterborough, ON) - One lucky fan will have the chance to win a Nissan Qashqai when the Petes host the North Bay Battalion at the Peterborough Memorial Centre on Thursday, March 15 at 7:05pm.

Before the game, the Petes will recognize their billet families for their contributions to the organization.

Trans Canada Nissan is proud to sponsor Thursday's game, and invite fans to fill out a ballot at their table in the arena's north lobby before the game for the chance to participate in a Shoot to Win contest. If the lucky contestant can score 17 goals on 20 shots or less in 20 seconds, they'll take home a Nissan Qashqai courtesy of Trans Canada Nissan.

Thursday's game is being played in support of the Down Syndrome Association of Peterborough. Fans in attendance can support the organization through a second intermission chuck-a-puck.

Before the chuck-a-puck, local atom hockey players will participate in the final round of the Reliance Minor Hockey Skills Program challenge, with the fastest player taking home the first annual championship trophy.

Upon exit from the game, fans will receive a $10 Skip the Dishes coupon.

The national anthem will be performed by Heather Cadigan.

Game tickets are available starting at $8 through the Collins Barrow PMC Box Office, online, or by phone at (705) 743-3561.

Join the Petes for their final two games of the season with a Petes Playoff Push Flex Pack, that gives fans four regular bowl tickets to use at either game, along with a voucher for four popcorns and four pops, for just $69.99 (a $124 value). Visit Steve at the ticket tent in the North Lobby, visit the Box Office, or call (705) 743-3681 ext. 263, to get your package.

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