The All-Star Game prize package includes round-trip transportation on a private jet from Long Island to Montreal and one free night of hotel accommodations. The trip gives you the opportunity to see not only the All-Star Game, but the Super Skills Competition on January 6, as well.
The All-Star Game is anticipated to be the most exciting game in the league's history and will include the appearance of NHL legends.
The proceeds from the raffle tickets will benefit the W20 Foundation, created by former Islander Steve Webb. The Foundation made a big splash towards solidifying the growth of hockey on Long Island when last year Webb created the W20 Foundation, dedicated to providing young student ice hockey players from all levels the ability to receive a partial scholarship towards either a specialized High School program and/or undergraduate course of study at an accredited College and/or University.
After only one year in existence, the W20 Foundation helped provide Long Island youth hockey player Taylor Holze with the opportunity to attend a prestigious all-girls hockey academy.
"The program is designed to help cultivate hockey on Long Island," said Webb. "The Foundation is just beginning to reach its potential to help the growth of hockey on Long Island. Over the summer, we will encourage more engagement from kids through activities such as ball hockey tournaments."
For more information about Webb's W20 Foundation and to purchase a raffle ticket for the chance to attend the 2009 NHL All-Star Game, please visit www.w20foundation.org
To make a charitable donation to the W20 Foundation, click on the "Donate" icon located on the menu bar of the website.