How You Can Earn Free Leafs Games Tickets

Ford of Canada has partnered with the Toronto Maple Leafs to award 200 tickets for every home game to real fans like us who are willing to watch a team on a franchise-record losing streak. To date, between MLSE and Ford through the FordFANatic, approximately 4,800 tickets have been awarded to fans for 24 home games.

Sarah D. is behind the Twitter handle @TheFordFanatic and she has been a Leafs fan as long as she remembers. Being Canadian, it’s in her blood. Growing up in rural Nova Scotia, Sarah and her peers cheered for any of the original 6 teams but Sarah’s cheers have always been for the Leafs. Sarah was 18 when she first saw the Leafs play, when she came to Toronto to see a pre-season game. She remembers it as one of the most surreal experiences of her life, being able to see Darcy Tucker fight someone right in front of her, got her hooked for life.

So follow @TheFordFanatic on Twitter and score yourself one of those 200 tickets to every home game. Be a part of the Connor McDavid sweepstakes.


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CQ

I wish finding one of MLSE's lowly office job postings was as easy. Ended up submitting an application via their own website's general employment form this week.
I am figuring TorontoMike is due for yet another Leafs invite, plus a corp. event.

February 7, 2015 @ 3:08 PM

Toronto Mike Verified as the defacto Toronto Mike

@CQ MLSE has invited me to exactly one Leafs game, ever.

February 7, 2015 @ 3:23 PM

elvis

For what it's worth, applying to a corporate website is a waste of time CQ. Join a few networking groups/sites and get out there in-person to meet with people for introductions.

February 7, 2015 @ 5:13 PM

McNulty

And so what if Mike is invited to a Leaf game?

Good for him! Don't be jealous because Mike has created a blog that gets a lot of hits and a podcast that gets a lot of viewers.
You should be congratulating from making something from nothing.

February 8, 2015 @ 8:35 AM

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