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No Name Hockey Kid Of The Year

Monday, 12.17.2007 / 11:27 AM / Fan Zone
By Glen Andresen  - Manager of Social Media
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No Name Hockey Kid Of The Year

Attention please State of Hockey parents. The Minnesota Wild and No Name Steaks want to know why your boy or girl between the ages of five and 18 deserves to be the No Name Hockey Kid of the Year.

The contest runs from now through February 1, 2008 and requires an essay of 100 words or less describing why your child should be the No Name Hockey Kid of the Year. One boy and one girl will each receive a grand prize, which includes a road trip to a Minnesota Wild road game, an autographed jersey and more.

If you think your kid deserves this distinguished honor, visit the No Name display at your local grocery store or enter online at www.nonamehockeykid.com. The contest is limited to residents of Minnesota and Wisconsin and parents must be 18 years or older at the time of entry and have a child between five and 18 years old.

Entries can be submitted by mail or by visiting www.nonamehockeykid.com. Official rules and details can also be found at www.nonamehockeykid.com.

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