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Sask Rush launches Bracket Challenge

The Saskatchewan Rush has introduced The Rush Bracket Challenge presented by Carstar.
One lucky Saskatchewan Rush fan could walk away with the grand prize of $100,000 cash and either a 2018 GMC Sierra or 2018 Ford F-150. Fans are encouraged to sign up at bracket.saskrush.com from now until Thursday, December 14 at 5:00 p.m. for their shot at the Grand Prize.
Every Rush game week fans will need to correctly predict the winner of every Saskatchewan Rush game and the eventual NLL Champion this 2017–2018 season.
If they go all the way, they will win: $100,000 cash and their choice of a 2018 Ford F–150 from Merlin Ford, or a 2018 GMC Sierra from Wheaton GM. The contest will be conducted on a weekly basis, via text message. Contest entrants will be prompted to enter their game pick every Thursday before 5:00 p.m. (CST) on Rush game weeks. Entries are limited to one per phone number. If multiple individuals correctly predict the outcome of each game and the league champion, they will be entered in a draw to win the grand prize.
“CARSTAR is proud to partner with the Saskatchewan Rush this season,” said CARSTAR Franchise Partner Cheryl Cotton-Schmidt. “We are excited for the Rush fans to become more engaged with the team and have some fun with the Bracket Challenge contest. Good luck to everyone who participates.”
For contest entrants who incorrectly guess the outcome of any game, they will be eliminated from winning the grand prize. However, they can still quality for weekly prizes consisting of VIP experiences, Rush tickets, and team signed Rush merchandise. Those who correctly pick a Rush win, will be entered to win that week’s prize. In the event of a Rush loss, the weekly prize will be deferred to the following Rush game week.
“Here is the opportunity of a lifetime for our incredible fan base,” said Rush owner Bruce Urban. “One person could walk away with $100,000 and a brand-new vehicle. All it takes is a little knowledge of the team, and a lot of luck. It’s also a fantastic platform for us to be able to engage with our fans throughout the season, including our away games. Good luck Rush Nation!”
Entrants must be 19 years of age to enter and a resident of Saskatchewan.

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