Vancouver, B.C. –
Canucks Sports & Entertainment is proud to announce their new three-year partnership with the British Columbia Automobile Association (BCAA) that includes sponsorship of the Family Zone section at General Motors Place.
“Canucks Sports & Entertainment is thrilled about our new partnership with BCAA,” said Victor de Bonis, Chief Operating Officer, Canucks Sports & Entertainment. “The BCAA Family Zone section is an alcohol-free area that will provide a family friendly and more affordable option to participate in the live hockey experience as well as some of the many events which take place at General Motors Place.”
Current BCAA members will have exclusive access to a number of promotions including Canucks road trip packages and access to a number of contests. Contest prizing includes BCAA Family Zone tickets in sections 101 and 102 at General Motors Place, plus a road trip prize package which includes airfare, accommodations and a unique Canucks fan experience.
“We’re proud to be able to associate BCAA with such a prominent organization,” said Bill Bullis, BCAA President and CEO. “Many of our members are Canucks fans too. We’re thrilled we’re able to create opportunities for them and their families to enjoy a night out with their favourite hockey team.”
As part of the agreement between BCAA and Canucks Sports and Entertainment, BCAA has been designated as the “Official Insurance Agency of the Vancouver Canucks and General Motors Place.”
BCAA is dedicated to meeting the needs of its members and customers throughout B.C. and the Yukon, connecting them with a team of membership, automotive, travel and insurance professionals. With over 793,000 members and $130 million in revenues, BCAA is the largest organization of its kind in B.C. and the fourth largest CAA-affiliated association in Canada. For the past three years, BCAA was named one the 50 Best Employers in Canada by international HR consultants Hewitt Associates and the Globe & Mail’s Report on Business magazine. To learn more about BCAA’s products, services and member advocacy, go to www.bcaa.com.