November 22, 2013, Victoria, BC (ISN) – The Victoria Royals today announced that the club has partnered with itgroove Professional Services to take part in the BC Festival of Trees event beginning today and running through January 7th, 2014 at the Empress Hotel in support of BC Children’s Hospital.
The BC Festival of Trees in support of BC Children’s Hospital encourages people to go to the Empress Hotel to view and vote on trees decorated by local businesses including the Victoria Royals powered by itgroove Tree. The Victoria Royals powered by itgroove Tree is bidding for the People’s Choice Award which fans can vote on by visiting http://bit.ly/19OO5Xf or by submitting a ballot in the Royals Team Store located at Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre.
The Royals powered by itgroove Tree will be located in the Kiplings lower lobby hallway of the Empress Hotel. The BC Festival of Trees in support of BC Children’s Hospital is open to the public until 11:00 p.m., seven days a week between now and January 7th, 2014. There is no charge for admission, but there is a suggested minimum donation of $2 to BC Children’s Hospital to vote for your favourite tree.
All funds raised through the event and through voting at the BC Festival of Trees go towards the Excellence in Child Heath Fund. This fund helps to support clinical care, research and development, staff and family education programs and the purchase of vital, life-saving equipment within the three organizations that the Foundation Serves: BC Children’s Hospital, Sunny Hill Heath Centre for Children and the Child and Family Research Institute.
The Royals return to Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre when they begin a back-to-back home stand with the Kamloops Blazers! Puck drops tonight and tomorrow are set for 7:05 p.m.
We are Royal Blue, are you? 2013-14 season ticket, mini-plan and group packages are now available! To guarantee yourself the best seats at the best prices call 250-220-7889, visit www.victoriaroyals.com or head down to the Victoria Royals Ticketing Office located at Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre.