ATHABASCA UNIVERSITY LAUNCHES CONTEST TO DELIVER FANS TO THE 107TH GREY CUP PRESENTED BY SHAW

ATHABASCA UNIVERSITY LAUNCHES CONTEST TO DELIVER FANS TO THE 107TH GREY CUP PRESENTED BY SHAW

The CFL and Athabasca University team up to bring a fan’s Grey Cup dreams to life

TORONTO (October 17, 2019) – The Canadian Football League (CFL) and Athabasca University (AU) have launched the National Grey Cup Sweepstakes Contest to deliver two lucky fans to the 107th Grey Cup presented by Shaw in Calgary on November 24.

“As the official education partner of the CFL, AU is excited to announce the launch of this contest,” said AU President Dr. Neil Fassina. “Through our partnership, we see the potential for our learners and all Canadians to go ‘Beyond the Game’ expanding their educational horizons and exploring new opportunities.”

The National Grey Cup Sweepstakes Contest allows fans to further connect with the game and earn an opportunity to win big, while imagining their place on the field through a simple and fun questionnaire.

Individuals who enter the National Grey Cup Sweepstakes Contest prior to the deadline of Friday, November 8th, 2019 will have the chance to win the grand prize of a flight for two to Calgary, hotel accommodations for three nights (from Friday, November 22 to Sunday, November 24), and two tickets to the 107th Grey Cup presented by Shaw to be played at McMahon Stadium on November 24.

Click here to enter the National Grey Cup Sweepstakes Contest.

As Canada’s only fully digital university, AU serves over 40,000 learners from coast-to-coast-to-coast and is committed to removing barriers that restrict access to, and success in, university-level study, and to increasing the equality of educational opportunity for adult learners worldwide. AU offers continuous enrolment with most undergraduate courses beginning on the first day of the month. To learn more about AU’s programs and its more than 900 courses, visit AthabascaU.ca.

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Lucas Barrett Manager, Communications & Public Affairs, Canadian Football League
Lucas Barrett Manager, Communications & Public Affairs, Canadian Football League
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Governors representing the CFL’s nine member clubs voted in June to return to play after a hiatus forced by the COVID-19 pandemic. The first game of the new season on August 5th is a rematch of the 107th Grey Cup, featuring the defending champion Winnipeg Blue Bombers hosting the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. It will be the first CFL game since November 2019. To stay up to date with news, analysis and more from around the league, visit CFL.ca

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