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TICKET GIVEAWAY: Giants family packs up for grabs for two lucky Langley families

Vancouver Giants and Langley Advance present a prize package any hockey fan would love to win.

  • Feb. 24, 2016 5:00 a.m.

Wow, here’s a package hockey lovers will want to get their hands on, said Langley Advance sports reporter and hockey aficionado Troy Landreville.

The Langley Advance, in partnership with the Vancouver Giants, are giving away two “incredible” family packs to an upcoming Giants game.

Not only do you win four tickets to the game, you receive a game day parking pass, a $10 gas gift certificate, and dinner for four at White Spot (two Legendary Platters and two Pirate Paks).

Like Landreville said, “Wow!”

All anyone has to do, to be in the running for this Giants gift package, is answer the following question before 5 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 26.

Here’s the question:

Which Langley resident (and Valley West Hawks alum) currently plays for the Vancouver Giants?

Click on this blue link, and email your first and last name, address, a phone number you can be reached at, and answer to

Preference will be given to Langley residents, and participants must be 19 years or older.

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