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Twitter Party and Hockey Mom Survival Kit Giveaway!

We are wrapping up the regular hockey season in most areas, and getting ready for spring hockey, hockey camps, four on four, tryouts….or all the other sports and activities that our kids get into once hockey is over! Hockey Moms don’t get a break. This is why we are happy to team up with P & G to celebrate The House that Mom Built. Go to The House that Mom Built website where Canadians Hockey Moms can be celebrated by virtually raising their name to the rafters! Send one (or more) of your favourite hockey moms a personalized Facebook cover photo banner for her to share proudly, because she is a dedicated Hockey Mom! And, be sure to join us for The House that Mom Built Twitter Party to talk all things Hockey Mom, and for a chance to win one of several fantastic prizes! On Thursday, March 27 at 9 PM ET, I’ll be hosting a Twitter Party to celebrate hockey moms, share tips, and reflect on our season. I’ll be joined by P&G Mom blogger hockey moms Maija @MommyMoments, Stacey Kazmir @diduknowcanada and Sheri McDonald @kidsumers. Visit their sites to see what great stuff they might be able to giveaway and use #hockeymomCA to share all your hockey mom knowledge and stories! The prizes we’ll be giving away during the Twitter Party on March 27th @ 9PM will include:

  1. 6 Hockey Mom Survival Kits

  2. Two Grand Prizes of a either a $100 VISA Gift Card and Hockey Mom Survival Kit or a $200 VISA Gift Card and Hockey Mom Survival Kit

picture bag

The survival kits will be a true gift to Hockey Moms and will contain:

So RSVP below for The House That Mom Built Twitter Party! And follow me on Twitter @hockeymomcanada. Looking forward to seeing you there! Comments or questions? Email or leave a message on our Facebook Page.

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