NOVEMBER 18 IS ALLIANCE HOCKEY JERSEY DAY!, News (West London Minor Hockey)

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NOVEMBER 18 IS ALLIANCE HOCKEY JERSEY DAY!
Submitted By Brady Parr on Thursday, October 20, 2016

ALLIANCE Hockey is excited to announce that Friday, November 18, 2016 is ALLIANCE Hockey Jersey Day! ALLIANCE Hockey encourages all fans to show off their hockey pride by wearing their favourite hockey jersey to work, school, the rink, etc. Fans are also asked to post photos of themselves in their jerseys to ALLIANCE Hockey’s social media outlets (tweet photos to @ALLIANCE Hockey). 

Be sure to use #ALLIANCEJERSEYDAY on all posts!
ALLIANCE Hockey swag and prizes will be awarded to participants we see positively promoting the initiative throughout social media!

ALLIANCE Hockey Jersey Day is the third phase of our Grow the Game initiatives, which include:
Phase 1 - Welcome Banners distributed to all ALLIANCE Hockey home rinks,
Phase 2 - Welcome Video aired on all ALLIANCE Hockey websites,
Phase 3 - Jersey Day, Friday, November 18, 2016,
Phase 4 - Bring a Buddy to the Rink (Saturday, November 19, 2016 &/or Sunday, November 20, 2016),
Phase 5 - Equipment Distribution Jersey Day is designed to promote hockey in the community through existing resources (local minor hockey associations, businesses, schools, etc.) at minimal, if any cost.
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