CONTEST: Win two tickets to Two Islands Weekend by Visiting Wayne Gretzky’s Toronto

Great Lakes is teaming up with our friends at Two Islands Weekend and Wayne Gretzky’s Toronto to give-a-way a pair of tickets to experience an all inclusive Camp for Adults in the Haliburton Highlands!

Kicking off today (July 30th) and running until Sunday August 11th, visit Wayne Gretzky’s or Oasis Rooftop Lounge (Gretzky’s amazing rooftop patio), order a Canuck Pale Ale, Octopus Want to Fight IPA (Gretzky’s) or Sunnyside Session IPA (Oasis) and get social with us.

How to win!

  1. Open up Instagram – follow @WayneGretzkysTO, @TwoIslandsWeekend and @GreatLakesBeer
  2. Snap a picture of that delicious beer and tag us with #FreshGLB while mentioning @WayneGretzkysTO
  3. Tell your friends to do it as well!
  4. Cross your fingers on August 12th as we’ll randomly select a winner

So, what is Two Islands Weekend all about? Good question and we’re glad that you asked. We’ll let them explain.

“On September 6th to 8th, 2019, we’ll transform a secluded 1,100 acre camp in the Haliburton Highlands into a wilderness escape for adults to let loose, reunite with their inner child and meet new friends along the way.  

Now in its 7th year, this all-inclusive adventure features flowing beer, wine, spirits and flavourful camp-inspired dinners created by A-list chefs. We bring together 300+ lucky guests to connect with nature and each other while enjoying dozens of activities like High Ropes, Canoeing, Beach Volleyball, Archery Tag, Tie Dye, Inflatable Water Park, Baseball, Dance Parties and evening sing-alongs by the fire.”

The two tickets that are up for grabs have an approximate value of $1000. Not a bad prize for simply ordering some delicious beer and snapping a few pics, eh!

To recap – head to Wayne Gretzky’s Toronto, get some Canuck Pale Ale or Sunnyside Session IPA or Octopus Wants to Fight IPA, snap a pic(s), follow @WayneGretzkysTO / @TwoIslandsWeekend / @GreatLakesBeer and tag us using #FreshGLB!

About Wayne Gretzky’s
Wayne Gretzky’s, the Toronto sports bar, restaurant and rooftop patio dedicated to Canadian Hockey Legend Wayne Gretzky – also known as “The Great One”. Playing host to Wayne’s personal collection of memorabilia, Wayne Gretzky’s Toronto sports bar and restaurant is in fact three places in one! Our dining room has a unique décor that highlights Wayne’s greatest moments in hockey history, where guests can enjoy Great food, Great service and Great games. The Toronto sports bar offers an extensive food and drink menu while boasting 50 HDTVs that show all your favourite sports games. And last but not least, Gretzky’s cozy Oasis rooftop patio offers a private getaway for guests to relax under the sun and stars, open seasonally from May to October. 

About Two Islands Weekend
Two Islands Weekend takes place at Camp Timberlane, located on Lake of Two Islands, a secluded, spring-fed lake, surrounded by 1,100 acres of hardwood forest in the Haliburton Highlands. ​

The camp features two pristine beaches, state of the art sports facilities, including a baseball diamond (a.k.a The Timberdome), a small movie theatre and an ice cream shop!

About GLB
You already know all about us… right? We stand behind #FreshGLB and remain committed to keeping our beer right here in the province for the thirsty people who call Ontario home.

So, now’s the time to talk fine print..

  • Winner must be a resident of Ontario
  • Must be 19 years of age or older to participate
  • No limits on submissions
  • GLB/Wayne Gretzky’s/Two Islands Weekend are not responsible for costs associated with travel
  • GLB/Wayne Gretzky’s/Two Islands Weekend are not responsible for any injury that may occur
  • The winner receives TWO tickets to Two Islands Weekend – winner is responsible for any additional costs associated with clothing, travel, medical, insurance, accommodations, etc., that are not covered by the Tickets
  • No purchase necessary
  • GLB/Wayne Gretzky’s/Two Islands Weekend can re-use all images posted for marketing purposes, promotional services, future contests without compensation to the contestants