No state knows hockey like Minnesota, and no one knows great tasting meat like No Name. No Name is a part of Minnesota culture, just like great hockey, and has been bringing you great steaks and other products for other 25 years. That’s why No Name is proud to bring you the Hockey Kid of the Year Contest where one boy and one girl were once again chosen to represent No Name and the State of Hockey.
The girl finalists were Alaina Pappas from Mantorville, Kaylen Erchul from Gilbert and Monique Rondeau from Stillwater. The boy finalists were Logan Callahan from Clarks Grove, Tommy Higgins from Duluth, and Tyler Haroldson from Lakeville.
Chosen at random, the grand prize winners were Haroldson and Erchul who were recognized at the Wild game against the Calgary Flames on Sunday, March 21st.
The No Name Hockey Kids grand prize winners received a Minnesota Wild autographed jersey and stick, and will be going on the road to watch the Wild play in an opposing city. On top of that, No Name will make a $1,000 contribution in each of their names to Minnesota Youth Hockey.
Congratulations and thank you to all six of the finalists.
About No Name
No Name® is a division of J&B Group - a family-owned company based in St. Michael, Minnesota. With more than 650 employees, the company is a leader in perishable food manufacturing and distribution, serving the retail and food service industry throughout the Midwest and beyond.