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Open invitation: Wild Winter Wonderland

Thursday, 12.4.2008 / 11:00 AM CT / Minnesota Wild | Features
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Open invitation: Wild Winter Wonderland
Fans attending Wild home games during the month of December are invited to visit Wild Winter Wonderland presented by Coca-Cola. 

Located on top of the Xcel Energy Center box office at Gate 1, Wild Winter Wonderland is open one hour prior to each home game and closes at the drop of the puck. 

Wild Winter Wonderland includes something for the entire family, including holiday photos with Nordy (bring your camera) and a new interactive hockey game for kids. The holiday event also includes a display of seven trees, representing the United States, Canada, Finland, Sweden, Slovakia, Czech Republic and Ireland.

Learn about the holiday customs and traditions of each country and favorite holiday memories of Wild players and coaches. Each tree is donned with their native colors and includes ornaments signed by members of the team. Fans may place a bid on each of the seven trees to benefit The Salvation Army. 

Winning bids receive the tree and all of its decorations, including autographed ornaments and custom made signage. Bidding ends Wednesday, Dec. 31.
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