A group outing (20+ people) with the Ottawa 67's offers the perfect afternoon or evening of fast-paced hockey, and family entertainment at an affordable cost.
From churches, schools, teams, associations, churches, charities to employee outings to a night out with family and friends, a 67's group outing will be a night to be remembered!
67's groups recieve the following great benefits:
› Preferred prices with everyone sitting together
› Special welcome over the PA and video board acknowledgement
› All printed tickets have a coupon for the Trailing Edge on the back
› Group Leader Program with incentives for all sizes of groups!
Many of our groups use this as a Fundraiser. All tickets are printed at full price (face value) so the group leaders can elect to sell at full value or a slightly discounted price.
The more tickets your group commits to, the higher your potential revenue! Some of our groups have raised almost $10,000!
Groups can elect to use assigned game tickets, vouchers for use at any regular season game or a combination of both.
For more information and group prices, please contact Faran Mirza at (613)232-6767 x8401 or email email@example.com
Here is what just one of our happy clients had to say about his fundraising experiences with our club:
"Ottawa Centre has had a 67s night as long as my kids have been playing. It's a highlight of the year. We get everyone together and celebrate minor hockey; the little IP players love the mini-game, and our association has turned it into a significant fundraiser -- this year we raised $8700 from ticket sales. The 67s people are terrific and make it all work smoothly -- we are already looking forward to next year's event."
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