Travel Time Trivia Supporting BC and Alberta Guide Dogs

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The final virtual trivia night in support of BC and Alberta Guide Dogs is coming up this month, with a travel theme. All summer long these online events have been raising funds for Guide Dogs, Autism Service Dogs and PTSD Service Dogs for those in need.

Travel Time Trivia for BC AB Guide Dogs

Travel Time Trivia

When: Friday, August 14, 2020
Where: Online! Register here for $20 to participate
Tickets: $20 each. You will need to purchase a separate ticket for each person joining the game. Each player will need access to their own computer or mobile phone.

Please note that all three events take place across Canada & the US and the game’s start time will vary based on where you live. 

  • For those in the Pacific Time Zone the Game starts at 6:00pm
  • For those in the Mountain Time Zone the Game starts at 7:00pm
  • For those in the Eastern Time Zone the Game starts at 9:00pm

Tuning into the virtual trivia game is simple: The live game guide and game link will be sent to your email on registration, so you’ll be able to just click and play. No app download is necessary!

Prizes to be Won

  • Grand Prize: Mom and Pups Fund (includes birth announcement and Puppy Scholarship Package for a pup from the litter)
  • 2nd Prize: Puppy Scholarship (photos and ‘pup’dates will be sent to you as your sponsored puppy grows to become a Guide or Service Dog).
  • 3rd Prize: Puppy Pal Package (includes welcome letter about your sponsored puppy, framed photo, 5 blank puppy greeting cards, and official certificate).

For the travel themed trivia night, test your knowledge in these categories: Balmy Beaches, Road Trips, Historical Sites, Attractions, Mountain Peaks, All Inclusives.

About BC & Alberta Guide Dogs

BC & Alberta Guide Dogs is a registered charity that breeds, raises and professionally trains Guide Dogs for individuals who are blind or visually-impaired, Autism Service Dogs for children ages 3-10 with autism and their families, and PTSD Service Dogs for Veterans and First Responders living with an Operational Stress Injury. It takes two years and upwards of $35,000 to produce one certified dog, provided free of charge to the recipient.

Now that restrictions are being slowly lifted, BC & Alberta Guide Dogs is cautiously returning to physically-distanced, in-person puppy training with group and individual sessions.  For more information and updates, follow along on Twitter and Facebook.

Miss604 is a proud media sponsor of this virtual trivia event series (June, July and August 2020).

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