When I was first approached by my bosses about the Scotiahockey NHL Debit Card campaign, I was most certainly a little dubious myself. More so than anything else, the big hang-up for me was how getting involved would affect my already jam-packed schedule.
I mean, when I’m not obsessively refreshing my Twitter timeline, I’m either responding to angry commenters who have taken issue with my blog posts or searching up Markus Naslund-related memorabilia on eBay. It’s a tough job, but someone’s got to do it. Then there’s the whole ‘having to leave my mother’s basement’ ordeal, to boot.
But despite all of these extenuating circumstances I decided to give Scotiabank a shot, and signing up for my ScotiaHockey NHL Debit Card was remarkably easy. In a matter of minutes, I was dotting my i’s and crossing my t’s. Now when I order a pizza or pull the trigger on that signed Naslund headshot, I can reach into my wallet and pull out my trusty Vancouver Canucks-themed card.
There are other benefits, too.
You can go here and quickly read up on how you can take your fanhood to a whole now level while potentially reaping all sorts of other rewards. Every purchase gets you an entry into the Scotiabank Hockey Adventure of a Lifetime contest, where you could win a great hockey experience, or hockey things like NHL swag, tickets to regular season hockey games, and NHL GameCenter Live subscriptions. Can you believe that?
And hey, you never know — you could be the lucky guy who wins a trip to the Stanley Cup Finals, or next year’s NHL Face-off celebrations. You might even be the next winner Hockey Adventure of a Lifetime and meet some new friends like Trevor Letowski, Trent Klatt, and Murray Baron (*)
(*) Don’t hold me to this, though. For all I know it could Jeff Cowan, Harold Druken, Marc Chouinard, Drake Berehowsky, or any number of obscure Canucks from the past.
For more information on the ScotiaHockey NHL Debit Card and the Hockey Adventure of a Lifetime contest, you can visit right here.
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