Compete for your chance to win $100,000

Compete for your chance to win $100,000 from Rita Wagner - Dominion Lending Centres New Castle Financial

By: Rita Wagner - Dominion Lending Centres New Castle Financial  24-09-2013
Keywords: Hockey, Hockey Association, Ice Hockey

The Free Dominion Lending Centres Hockey Pool is a nation-wide competition that is open to all residents of Canada 18 years of age or older (excluding Quebec). You can join the pool absolutely free by visiting my website - www.RitaWagner.ca and will be able to compete with the rest of Canada to win weekly cash prizes, weekly random draws and a chance to win $100,000! Registration begins the 15th of September and picking begins the October 1st or later (dependent upon hockey schedule). There are over 50 prizes to be won and a chance to win $100,000 at the end of the regular season pool.

Keywords: Hockey, Hockey Association, Ice Hockey

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