Good Deeds Cup UPDATE - The Sprint For Votes Is On!, News (Essex Minor Hockey)

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Feb 06, 2019 | Lorna Baker | 773 views
Good Deeds Cup UPDATE - The Sprint For Votes Is On!
The national stage is calling, and Tecumseh has done an outstanding job to date - with the entire country focused in on these semi finalists, we all need to continue the push to secure votes for this team. They currently sit in 3rd place with several teams nipping at their heels...
As ESSEX Ravens - lets help our Neighbours!!!

The Tecumseh Peewee Red Blueberries have been pushing all week long securing votes, informing the general public through TV broadcasts, radio & news interviews, social media platforms and our website. They have been very diligent with communications and creative throughout this process using school projects and further fundraising for their charity, The Hospice Of Windsor & Essex County, that all are branches created from their Good Deed.


How Do I Vote? 


Visit their website at www.tsmha.net, and watch the video in its entirety to secure a vote. After the video is done, click on the "Share" button to send it out to social media - encourage all friends and family to watch the video as often as they'd like. Help us drive the view count in these last 3 days to lock in a top 3 finish, which will see the team win and additional $5000 for their charity and have a chance to win the $100,000 grand prize!

A direct link to the video can be found here:

https://youtu.be/9eBrMkGYSEM
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