There are a ton of great prizes to be won by Walk to Tuk teams, participants and captains!
Everyone who successfully finishes the Walk to Tuk will be entered into a draw for a flight pass from First Air! That means you could get a free return flight to anywhere in the Western Region!* That’s worth participating right there.
*some restrictions may apply.
Sponsored by: First Air
Stay tuned for weekly prize draws for teams who submit walking times every second Monday – you could be a winner! Winners will be announced on the Walk to Tuk news page every Tuesday.
Prizes may include: Co-op or Northern Store gift certificates, healthy food baskets, walking poles, and NWTRPA jackets.
Team captains are essential to Walk to Tuk for many reasons, not the least of which is the role they play helping to motivate their team. At the end of the challenge all team captains who have submitted their team’s walking times on schedule will be entered into a draw for a chance to win an iPad.
Sponsored by: Lawson Lundell LLP
At the end of the challenge participating teams will be entered into one of three team category draws for a chance to win a team lunch/pizza party. One school team, one community team and one workplace team will celebrate their success while eating a delicious lunch!
Send us a photo, video or a story about the challenge and you will be entered into a draw for a $50 gift certificate to Mountain Equipment Co-op. Four gifts certificates will be drawn on February 4, 2019 and four gift certificates will be drawn on March 1, 2019.
Stories can be as short as a paragraph and could be about about the impact that Walk to Tuk has had on a team member, a captain who has been a great role model, or a team that has done things a little differently than the rest.
Submit your stories by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or on social media by tagging @nwtrpa.
Everyone who reaches Tuk will receive an “I Walked to Tuk” T-shirt!
This year we will be voting on the t-shirt colour! Stay tuned for more details.
Sponsored by: Dominion Diamond Mines