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Canadiens are giving away free hotdogs and jerseys to youth that get vaccinated

Canadiens are giving away free hotdogs and jerseys to youth that get vaccinated
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As the COVID-19 vaccination rollout continues in Canada, we are starting to see major corporations come up with different campaigns to entice youth in getting their first dose. In light of the Montreal Canadiens making it to the playoffs, the Bell Centre is offering different perks this week to encourage youth in getting vaccinated. 

Just in time for Friday’s big game, free hotdogs will be given outside of the Bell Centre to those that receive their vaccine. This initiative was announced by Quebec Health Minister Christian Dubé as he sported a Caufield jersey outside of the Bell Centre this week: “Un vaccin, un hotdog”! 

In addition to free hot dogs, Habs player Cole Caufield announced on the Montreal Canadiens Twitter page that he will be giving away 22 Caufield jerseys and 22 tickets to future games in the 2021-2022 hockey season.

This initiative is offered for youth ages 18-39.

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