BMO crowns ultimate Kootenay Ice fan

Ory Lavallee is the BMO Ultimate Kootenay ICE Fan and will get a chance to win a trip to the MasterCard Memorial Cup

Ory Lavallee poses with Shivers and Sattu Dhaliwal

BMO, the Official Bank of the CHL, brought BMO Ultimate CHL Fan Appreciation Night to the Western Financial Place for Kootenay ICE Fans. As part of the festivities, BMO held a contest for the Ultimate Kootenay ICE Fan where Ory Lavallee emerged victorious.

After being selected from the crowd and competing against two other contestants in a round of ICE trivia on the players’ bench, Mr. Lavallee was named the BMO Ultimate Kootenay ICE Fan, winning a signed ICE team jersey with the BMO Ultimate CHL Fan crest and a $50 pre-paid MasterCard.

As the winner of the BMO Ultimate CHL Fan contest, Mr. Lavallee is now entered to win the grand prize: a trip for two to the MasterCard Memorial Cup next year in Saskatoon.

Between October 23 and December 12, 2012, BMO Ultimate Fan Appreciation Night will be held in 40 communities across Canada to celebrate the 9.5 million CHL fans.

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