It’s the Ducks silver anniversary season and we’re thrilled that Mercury Insurance is a part of it. This is a huge year for the team and we wanted to celebrate by going big—it doesn’t get much bigger than a bucket list experience that includes a first class trip to Toronto and a VIP tour of the Hockey Hall of Fame.
LOS ANGELES, Calif. (November 1, 2018) – Mercury Insurance (NYSE: MCY) and the National Hockey League’s (NHL) Anaheim Ducks have teamed up to give Ducks fans the chance to win the ultimate hockey Hall of Fame experience – a three-day first class trip to Toronto, Canada. The online sweepstakes will reward one entrant with a VIP trip for two to the Hockey Hall of Fame and tickets to the Ducks vs. Maple Leafs game on February 4, 2019, courtesy of Mercury Insurance.
The second part of the Hall of Fame experience is a special meet and greet with Hall of Famer and four-time Stanley Cup winner Scott Niedermayer. The Ducks will be honoring their former Captain by retiring his jersey number on February 17, 2019 when the Ducks play the Washington Capitals. The winner of the Hall of Fame sweepstakes will have a chance to meet Niedermayer before the game and will get two premium seats for this historic game.
The sweepstakes runs until November 30, 2018. California licensed drivers can learn more at MercuryInsurance.com/Ducks.
One entrant will be chosen to win a trip for two that includes:
- Two first class tickets to Toronto, Canada;
- Two nights in a Five-Star hotel;
- VIP tour of the Hockey Hall of Fame;
- Two premium seats to the Maple Leafs vs. Ducks game on February 4, 2019;
- Two 25th anniversary Ducks third jerseys; and a
- Meet and greet with Ducks Hall of Famer, Scott Niedermayer before the Ducks retire his jersey on February 17, 2019.
“It’s the Ducks silver anniversary season and we’re thrilled that Mercury Insurance is a part of it,” said Erik Thompson, Mercury’s vice president of advertising and public relations. “This is a huge year for the team and we wanted to celebrate by going big—it doesn’t get much bigger than a bucket list experience that includes a first class trip to Toronto and a VIP tour of the Hockey Hall of Fame.”
The sweepstakes is part of Mercury’s 2018-19 sponsorship of the Anaheim Ducks. Mercury, the Ducks and the California Highway Patrol will join forces later this season to host the third Mercury Insurance Drive Safe Challenge ride-and-drive event at Honda Center. High school students from the Southland are invited to learn collision avoidance and car-handling maneuvers from professional driving instructors and participate in classroom activities. Ducks stars participating in past events include Teemu Selänne, Scott Niedermayer and Rickard Rakell. Visit Drive Safe Challenge to learn more about how to protect teen drivers or www.mercuryinsurance.com for more information about Mercury’s auto, home, renters, condo and business coverages.
About Mercury Insurance
Mercury Insurance (MCY) is a multiple-line insurance organization predominantly offering personal automobile, homeowners and commercial insurance through a network of independent agents in Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Texas and Virginia. Since 1962, Mercury has specialized in offering quality insurance at affordable prices. For more information visit www.mercuryinsurance.com or Facebook and follow the company on Twitter.
About the Anaheim Ducks
The Anaheim Ducks enter their 26th season in their 2018-19 National Hockey League campaign and will celebrate their 25th Anniversary. The club was born in 1992 and played its first-ever game on Oct. 8, 1993 at Honda Center (then Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim). One of 31 NHL franchises located throughout the United States and Canada, the Ducks have played to over 90% capacity crowds in their history at the 17,174-seat Honda Center. On June 20, 2005, the Ducks franchise was purchased by Orange County residents Henry and Susan Samueli. By securing the first Stanley Cup championship in franchise history in 2007, the club also became the first team from California to win hockey’s ultimate prize. The Ducks have reached the Conference Finals five times (2003, 2006, 2007, 2015 & 2017) and the Stanley Cup Final twice (2003 & 2007). The club has six Pacific Division titles (2007, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 & 2017). Anaheim has qualified for the playoffs ten times in the last 12 campaigns.
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