Mayor’s Challenge for Teddy Bear Toss Night This Friday
Regina, Saskatchewan – The Regina Pats Annual Teddy Bear Toss Night game is this Friday, when the club hosts the Swift Current Broncos at the Brandt Centre.
Members of the Regiment are asked to bring a new plush toy to the game. When the Pats score their first goal, fans toss the stuffed creature on the ice. Bags will be provided at the door for you to put the item in before it’s sent flying. Won’t have time to get a plush toy before the game? Game sponsor Global TV will have a limited number on hand for purchase with proceeds going to the Salvation Army. The Neutral Zone will be selling a limited number of K9 stuffed toys, for $12 on game day that you can toss as well.
Last year, the Pats Regiment set a new standard on Teddy Bear Toss Night, hurling over 2000 stuffed toys onto the ice. This year the Regina Pats need their fans to step up even more. The Mayor of Saskatoon has issued a challenge to our Mayor claiming the Saskatoon Blades will collect more stuffed toys than the Pats Regiment on December 17.
THIS CAN’T HAPPEN!
The losing Mayor will have to wear the winning team’s jersey at an upcoming City Council meeting. Let’s show our neighbours to the north who has the best, most passionate fan base on Teddy Bear Toss Night.
Being a part of the night has never been easier. The Regina Pats have once again teamed up with Spinzo to offer the lowest ticket price possible. The way it works is easy. Fans simply commit to a quantity of tickets through this link www.reginapats.com/teddybear. The more people who click to commit, the lower the price will be. No one’s credit card gets charged until the promotion closes and final low price is determined. Tickets will be available for pick-up at the Brandt Centre Box Office on game day.
Every tossed toy ends up in a good place. Regina Pat players will make some special deliveries to Regina hospitals before Christmas, with the remaining quantities being donated to the Salvation Army, and Regina Palliative Care Inc. – Caring Hearts Camp.
About the Regina Pats
Named for the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry, the Western Hockey League’s Regina Pats are the oldest major junior hockey franchise in the world operation from its original location. Since 1917, the Pats have won three Memorial Cup championships and compete in the WHL’s Eastern Division. To learn more about the Pats, call 306-337-1535 or visit www.reginapats.com.