To support the Clippers Hockey Society or become a member, please visit the team’s office upstairs at Frank Crane Arena, call 250-751-0593 or visit www.nanaimoclippers.com. (NEWS BULLETIN file)

Nanaimo Clippers Hockey Society officially created

A drive is now underway to find financial contributors and society members

The Clippers Hockey Society has been officially created and is now looking for team spirit.

The community non-profit is the new owner of the Nanaimo Clippers, as announced earlier this month.

A drive is now underway to find financial contributors and society members.

“Our goal of long-term stability within our community will only be achieved by addi��tional contribu��tions to the Clippers Hockey Society, an increase in ��ticket sales and fan support, and long-term commitments from corporate sponsors throughout our city,” noted a team press release.

Anyone may become a member of the society for a donation of $5 or more.

To support the society or become a member, please visit the team’s office upstairs at Frank Crane Arena, call 250-751-0593 or visit www.nanaimoclippers.com.

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