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Ford World Men’s Introduces New Mini Packs

The Host Committee for the 2013 Ford World Men’s Curling Championship – coming to Victoria’s Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre March 30-April 7 – announced today that two new event Mini Packs are now on sale.

First Rocks is a two-day ticket package that reserves the same seat for the first five draws on opening weekend at a price of $99.

Last Rocks guarantees a seat for the final three days including potential tie-breakers, playoffs and the championship final.  The five-draw package is priced at $149.

Ford World Men’s Mini Packs are the perfect gift for curling fans on everyone’s Christmas list… and there’s more to come with the introduction of single draw tickets to the first 14 draws on November 24.

Mini Packs can be purchased online at curling.ca/tickets or by phone at 250-220-7777.

“These new ticket packages provide fans with an opportunity to see the best men’s teams in the world, at an exceptional value,” said Host Co-Chair Keith Dagg.  “And every ticket comes with access to a host of value-added benefits that are such a significant part of championship curling.”

Every event pass to the Ford World Men’s Curling Championship features complimentary admission to The Original 16 Patch – curling’s legendary party place where fans and competitors alike gather when the draws are done to enjoy the great selection of live bands, food and beverages.

Fans also have the opportunity to meet the competitors face-to-face at Team Autograph sessions and the informal Up Close and Personal interviews.

Plus, they can sign up for free to play in the Cool Shots competition – the shuffleboard-style version of the roaring game.  A new round hits the tables every day in the Patch with cash prizes for the winners and the chance to compete in the playoffs on championship weekend.

“You Gotta Be There” for the 2013 Ford World Men’s Curling Championship in Victoria.  Get your Mini Packs today by clicking here.

(Photo CCA/Michael Burns)