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Sports: APD Launches Stanley Cup Playoff Twitter Site – #NHLinAbby
The City of Vancouver, The Vancouver Police, and the Canucks are all attempting reduce the possibility of another Stanley Cup Riot. The Abbotsford Police Department is getting on the bandwagon with a new Twitter campaign.
Announced this morning on Twitter, the campaign encourages peopl to use #NHLinAbby to follow and find family friendly playoff events in Abbotsford.
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Meanwhile the Vancouver Canucks announced Monday that the club is launching several playoff initiatives for their fans. The 2012 Playoffs are presented by Save-On-Foods Pharmacy and initiatives include exclusive Canucks.com playoff content, the traditional Playoff Towels, and the Chevrolet Party on the Plaza, which will take place prior to the start of every home game.
Canucks Sports & Entertainment encourages fans to celebrate responsibly throughout the playoffs.
“Canucks Sports & Entertainment is dedicated to building awareness for the importance of respecting your fellow fan and insisting others do the same to ensure responsible and passionate fan behaviour,” said Victor de Bonis, COO, Canucks Sports & Entertainment and Alternate Governor, NHL. “We encourage everyone to celebrate responsibly throughout the playoffs and to celebrate our city, our region and our team. The Stanley Cup Playoffs are the best time of year; we are excited to share the experience with our loyal and dedicated fans.”
To help promote the celebrate responsibly campaign, the Vancouver Canucks and Aramark Sports & Entertainment will continue to run their designated driver program at Rogers Arena throughout the playoffs. Guests at least 19 years of age with a valid driver’s license, may sign a pledge to be a designated driver. Upon sign-up, the designated driver pledges to not drink alcohol at the game and provide responsible transportation for all members of their group. Designated drivers receive a coupon for one free non-alcoholic beverage and are eligible for a prize draw. Eligible guests may sign up at the Guest Services Centre at Section 114 on the Plaza Level 100 and Section 310 on the Rogers Level 300
Thanks To Shaheen Shivji For The Tip