The first of two scheduled Mega 50/50 Jackpots will take place as player don pink sweaters during play to recognize October as Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Broadcaster Fraser Rodgers says $20,000 has already been put in the pot.
“Proceeds from the 50/50 are actually being donated to the Spirit of the North Medical Foundation. It’s part of a great partnership that the alumni group here with the Cougars had with their annual golf tournament in the summer in also raising nearly $106,000 for them.”
— PG Cougars (@PGCougars) October 12, 2017
Last season, jackpots reached more than $100,000 on a given night.
Rodgers believes there are two reasons why fans should consider attending the festivities.
“Not only would this be a big buy in financially speaking should you win the jackpot, but you’re also helping a great cause. By buying tickets ‘Chuck-A-Puck’ tickets as well, you’re going to help raise breast cancer awareness.”
The Cats will square off with the Kamloops Blazers this weekend with a 7PM puck-drop for Friday and Saturday.
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