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WHITEHOUSE STATION, N.J. -- Quick Chek, the family operated chain of nearly 120 store locations throughout New Jersey and southern New York, launched its second annual Devils Night Out Sweepstakes where one lucky winner will receive a grand prize package of Quick Chek coffee for a year and the ultimate Quick Chek Devils Night Out Prize Package, the company reported.
The Quick Chek/New Jersey Devils sweepstakes started in 2008 to celebrate the company’s coffee, renowned for its 20-minute freshness guarantee and made from a select blend, as the official coffee of the National Hockey League's (NHL) New Jersey Devils.
From Feb. 23, to March 23, Quick Chek customers are invited to submit an original essay of 200 words or less stating why they deserve a "Devils Night Out."
Using criteria including the essay’s originality, creativity and compelling nature, each submission will be evaluated by a panel of judges, including a New Jersey Devils alumni player; John Schaninger, the vice president of sales and merchandising for Quick Chek; and Tracy Burgess of WFAN Sport Radio.
One Devils Night Out Sweepstakes grand prize winner will receive:
-- Free Quick Chek coffee for one year;
Dinner for four at the Prudential Center Restaurant with a visit from a New Jersey Devils alumni player;
-- Four lower-level tickets to the New Jersey Devils April. 11, Fan Appreciation Day game;
-- VIP Tour of the Prudential Center; and,
-- A New Jersey Devils autographed item and New Jersey Devils gift pack.
And, 10 Devils Night Out runner-up prize packages will include:
-- 10 vouchers for free Quick Chek coffee;
-- Two tickets to the New Jersey Devils April 11, Fan Appreciation Day game; and,
-- An autographed New Jersey Devils hockey puck and New Jersey Devils gift pack.
Those interested in entering Quick Chek’s Devils Night Out Sweepstakes can submit an essay online at www.njdevilsnightout.com or pick up a mail-in entry form at any Quick Chek location. The grand-prize winner and 10 runners-up will be notified in early April, the company stated.