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KidSport & Triple O’s Re-Tweet Day of Support

Friday, July 6th, 2012 — 10:52am PDT
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Triple O’s, makers of some of BC’s best burgers on the go, is supporting KidSport BC once again this month through an in-store and online campaign.

Following a successful partnership in 2011 that raised $20,000 for KidSport BC, Triple O’s will launch a two week promotion for the same cause from June 25, 2012 to July 8, 2012.

The public will be able to contribute to their local KidSport chapter when ordering off the Triple O’s menu in any of the 29 participating locations. Funds raised during the two-week period will help kids with financial barriers experience the benefits of sport participation by covering the registration fees for a sport season of their choice.

Why KidSport? It provides support to children in order to remove financial barriers that prevent them from playing organized sport. Sport got me through some tough years as a child and as a teenager and I believe every child should be able to have the opportunity to play sports — and not let the cost of equipment or fees stand in their way.

In addition to donating in-store, guests can help raise money for KidSport by re-tweeting the Triple O’s Twitter account with the tag #donate4kids. All re-tweets received TODAY will equal a $1 donation to KidSport (up to $5,000).

To help get the word out, I have 20 burger combo gift cards to give away (value $10). Here’s how you can enter to win:

  • Leave a comment on this post listing your fondest sports memory (1 entry)
  • Post the following on Twitter (1 entry)
RT & @TripleOs will donate $1 to @KidSport & enter you to win a gc via @Miss604 #donate4kids

Enter to win a gift card and donate to a great local cause all in one shot! Since today’s the day for the re-tweet campaign, I’m only running this contest until midnight tonight. I will then draw 20 winners for each of the burger combo gift cards.

To learn more about KidSport, follow them on Twitter or Facebook and support them through Triple O’s this month.

Current contests on


  1. Robyn says:

    Track meets when I was in Grade 5/6…so much fun!

  2. Kirsten says:

    I don’t know if I could pick an absolute fondest sports memory (there are SO many) but here’s my favourite recent one. This year my youngest sister “graduated” from youth soccer. With three of us, this means my dad was around for 19 kid-seasons (it’s totally a legit quantity, like man-hours) of girls’ soccer and he loved every cold, wet, miserable minute of it. Watching him tear up as he presented his girls with their medals at the Port Moody Soccer Club awards night was really touching!

  3. jeremy says:

    not particularly a team sports moment, but i remember the first time i rode my bike. dad was so proud! ๐Ÿ˜€

  4. aaron alexander says:

    Sitting in the 200 section of Skydome watching Joe Carter hit the home run to win the World Series for the Blue Jays

  5. Leanne says:

    I remember playing soccer as a child! It was always so much fun!

  6. Marissa says:

    Watching a Canucks game with my family

  7. Bonnie says:

    My fondest sports memory is when the Canadian Mens hockey team won the gold medal at the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City.

  8. Kathy E. says:

    Skating on a frozen outdoor pond in Richmond ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. Serge K says:

    Cheering for random Olympians while in Europe, everyone was so friendly, no matter where you were from, everyone was so supportive!
    Great memories!

  10. Shannon says:

    My fondest sport memory was being able to take ballet and tap when I was a little girl.

  11. Coral says:

    Taking a Steve Nash basketball clinic

  12. Ruby says:

    School sports days! It was so fun to participate in the races and everyone got to have a hot lunch and treats.

  13. Viola says:

    Finishing the first marathon.

  14. Ray says:

    High school basketball.

  15. Bryan says:

    Kicking a 61 yard field goal in practice.

  16. Judy says:

    Being able to skate and not fall over.

  17. Natalie says:

    When my friend and I were bored in Gym class playing we made up our own game which was a mix rules from tennis, racquetball and a few other sports. haha.

  18. C.K. Lee says:

    Going to my first Grey Cup game at BC Place in 1994 – and watching them win on Lui’s last second gasp field goal.

  19. Heather says:

    Meeting the 2010 Olympic Gold Medal Ice Dancers, Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir and wearing the medals….will NEVER forget that day!

  20. Debbie says:

    Meeting Joe Kapp at my school sports day in 1966

  21. rew says:

    My fondest memory in sports has to be my second year of minor hockey when I scored my very first goal in a game. I was sooooooo happy that day. Might have been up there with one of my fondest moments ever.

  22. Leah says:

    My fondest sports memory was all of the provincial tournaments I went to in high school soccer. Team sports are so great.

  23. elena weaver says:

    Dad’s race at my school’s sports day when i was younger!

  24. Brandon says:

    School track meets !

  25. Matthew M says:

    playing soccer in a waterlogged muddy field.

  26. Vicky says:

    The 2010 Vancouver Olympics!

  27. Asha Sehra says:

    Would LOVE to win this! Lots of childhood memories at White Spot

  28. Donna says:

    I did not play a lot of sports as a child, so I would have to say my favorite sports memories are:

    The first goal my son scored in his first year of minor hockey is definitely tied with when my daughter’s cheer squad finally won first place at their yearly competition.

  29. Michelle says:

    My fondest sports memory was going to my very first Canuck game the first year they came in the league …. even though I was sitting in the very last row of the Coliseum!

  30. lindsey says:

    meeting bobby hull with my dad

  31. Dana says:

    It would definitely have to be when we won the Hockey Gold in 2010! The entire city erupted simultaneously. An absolute once in a lifetime experience.

  32. Val says:

    Meeting my husband while playing softball.

  33. janelle says:

    My fondest sports memories are playing basketball for 5 years with some of the best girls I’ve known! Friends for life! ๐Ÿ™‚

  34. Kent says:

    Despite being the underdogs to a loaded team all season long, we managed to pull off a late rally and win the league title when I played fastpitch back in grade 6. It was nice to hoist that trophy when no one gave us a chance.

  35. Jennie says:

    Volunteering at Canada Hockey Place standing behind the net watching the “Golden Goal” shoot into the net. One of the best memories of my life. I’ve never seen so many grown men shed tears of joy ๐Ÿ˜€

  36. Art B. says:

    1994 Stanley Cup run.

  37. Mike Gismondi says:

    Going to my first hockey game!

  38. Angela Griffin says:

    Competing with my figure skating team in Quebec city.

  39. Michelle W. says:

    When my pants fell down at a face off when I was playing hockey when I was 7 years old.

  40. Michael Kwan says:

    Meeting Cliff Ronning and Dave Babych.

  41. Lori says:

    Practicing shooting hoops early in the morning in the gym at high school to try and get the attention of the basketball star

  42. Bundled up in tatters, skating on a frozen pond in New Brunswick with a gaggle of kids. Frozen and laughing and scared all at the same time.

  43. Amy says:

    Sports Day at school!

  44. Don Foran says:

    I was a carhop at White Spot on Broadway.

  45. mary says:

    attending 2010 olympic events

  46. Bev says:

    Sports days from elementary school days…my older sister would come out and watch and all my friends thought I had the youngest mom ever, haha..

  47. Nancy says:

    Favourite sports moment: My son’s team winning the floor hockey championships.

  48. Megan says:

    off the top of my head, 2011 Stanley Cup Run. Went to Canucks VS Sharks Round 3 Game 2 with my best friend, Canucks won 7-3!

  49. Hisayo says:

    Fondest has to be when I placed 1st in the 1500 and it was against a girl that was expected to win easily. Changed my school year you might say

  50. Jeff says:

    #CanucksNation road trips!

  51. Denise says:

    I liked sport days in elementary school

  52. Noella King says:

    My fondest memories are being made now, watching my kids play.

  53. Shelley says:

    I always loved it when my parents and my sister would come and watch my baseball games, especially when I was hitting home runs!

  54. TY says:

    trying out handball for the first time

  55. Debra says:

    Fondest sports memory was getting to the finals of the provincial badminton championships in high school.

  56. tracy says:

    going to my first hockey game!

  57. Cindy Smith says:

    Doing the Sun Run the first time.

  58. Iris says:

    Watching my children play soccer over the years has lead to many favorites. One year the soccer final game was played in the driving rain and the field turned to mud. The ball no longer bounced and just went “splat” as it landed. The girls tried to kick the ball and it flung the mud everywhere. It makes me laugh when I think about that game.

  59. shelly says:

    elementary sports day

  60. Jake Hamilton says:

    Watching my first son score his first lacrosse goal or playing catcher in his first baseball game…very proud!!

  61. Stephanie says:

    Watching my daughter’s volleyball team win their first game after a saeson of loosing.

  62. Amy says:

    My best memory of sports are the track and field days in elementary school with the whole school district!

  63. Glenda says:

    watching Canucks at Rogers Arena

  64. Gordon says:

    Winning my first swim race at age 7 ๐Ÿ™‚

  65. Erica Son says:

    The fondest memory of sports has to be the time I first learned soccer from my dad. I was clumsy but dad was patient and taught me with encouragement ๐Ÿ™‚

  66. chrissy says:

    T-ball with my parents cheering me on! That was the extent of my ‘sports’ career.

  67. Sue says:

    last year’s Stanley Cup run!!

  68. cindy quach says:

    field hockey camp at bcit

  69. liz says:

    Little league baseball games.

  70. Amelia says:

    Teaching with Vancouver Adaptive Snow Spots on grouse mountain: I was instructing a very very cautious 13 year old girl with a cognitive disability. When I suggested I time her with my iPod, she became so fiercely competitive that she forgot all her hesitations about going fast and cut her time in half on the next run. Explosive smiles all around.

  71. Caresse says:

    I loved sports day during elementary school!

  72. Deya C says:

    Track meets in elementary school

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