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J.A.L.CO becomes Silver Sponsor for 2010 Allan Cup

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Photo: Members from J.A.L.CO Machine Works present Flyer’s President Paul van Nostrand a cheque for $4,000.

 

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The 2010 Allan Cup Committee is proud to announce another sponsor for the event. J.A.L.CO Machine Works of Fort St. John has joined a long list of companies that are supporting the Allan Cup.

As a Silver sponsor, J.A.L.CO has donated $4,000 towards this event. There are still a few spots left for sponsors and you can contact Paul van Nostrand if you’d like to sponsor the event at 250-793-2211. J.A.L.CO Machine Works is another long time sponsor of the Fort St. John Flyers who has gone above and beyond by sponsoring both the team and this national tournament. In the attached photo J.A.L.CO Machine Works owner Mark Jeffery and staff present Paul van Nostrand with their donation.

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With less than 20 days to go, now is the time to purchase your tickets to the 2010 Allan Cup. If you want to pick your seats for the event, the Allan Cup Committee suggests you do it now or you may miss out on your chance to get a reserved seat. There are two packages of tickets available now. The first is an 11 game reserved seating package for $165 and the second is an 11 game general admission package for only $110 (plus applicable fees and taxes). Tickets can be purchased at the North Peace Cultural Centre, online at www.2010allancup.ca or by calling 250-785-1992. Once the event starts, tickets for individual games will available at the North Peace Arena.

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