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LETHBRIDGE HURRICANES HOCKEY CLUB HAS RELEASED SATISFACTION SURVEY, LOOKING FOR INPUT FROM HOCKEY FANS AND ENMAX CENTRE PATRONS

Lethbridge, AB – The Lethbridge Hurricanes Hockey Club have contracted the services of Collaborative Strategies Consulting Inc. to determine the feasibility of taking on more of a leadership role within the internal operations of the ENMAX Centre.

The Lethbridge Hurricanes are exploring if this is the time that they take on a higher level of responsibility as the anchor tenant, recognizing that it would directly benefit the City of Lethbridge and decrease some of the overall operating costs. The goal is to not only determine how much the public’s tax burden could decrease, but the Hurricanes want to strengthen partnerships, increase business opportunities, and customize the overall fan experience.

The initial step is to gather input from the Lethbridge public on their current level of satisfaction with their ENMAX Centre patronage. Although the survey is geared toward Hurricane games attendees, it is also looking for input from those who have attended any event at the ENMAX Centre in the last year. Respondents who complete the survey will have their name entered into a draw for a $200 gift card.

The survey is open until May 20th.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YQLHURRICANES

For more information, please contact:

Terry Huisman, General Manager of Business Operations
Lethbridge Hurricanes
403.380.7503

Mandy DeCecco-Kolebaba, Owner & CEO
Collaborative Strategies Consulting Inc.
403.393.7797

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