Support Minor Hockey and get a souvenir of the NHL labour dispute at What’s Brewing On Broadway.

Turning disappointment into opportunity

What's Brewing On Broadway is selling wristbands as a fundraiser for Minor Hockey in Nakusp.

Watching the news one night, Trish Albertine saw a cause she could get behind in the form of “Lockout Bettman” wristbands. The campaign is a fan-led effort to get Bettman replaced with another commissioner. “It is obvious he has little concern for the fans of the game,” reads the website, where the wristbands and a petition are available.

Albertine has taken it a step further, and is selling wristbands as a fundraiser for Minor Hockey in Nakusp. All proceeds will go to the organization, and you can pick up your wristband at What’s Brewing On Broadway.


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