National Newspaper Week ramps up with the Prince Rupert Rampage. Newspapers matter “because local newspapers get our story out and we really appreciate it,” said Kory Movold, captain of the Rampage. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

Last day to enter our Rupert Rampage National Newspaper Week contest!

Rampage tickets can be yours!

Oct. 6-12 is National Newspaper Week and The Northern View is kicking it off the help of the Prince Rupert Rampage.

We want to thank all our readers who support The Northern View, bringing local news to your doorstep and online for over a decade, by giving three winners a pair of tickets to see the Rampage. Good for any game.

Newspapers matter “because local newspapers get our story out and we really appreciate it,” said Kory Movold, captain of the Rampage.

All you have to do is tag us on Twitter or Instagram. Include a photo of yourself with The Northern View and tell us why newspapers matter to you. Or you can post on our Prince Rupert Northern View Facebook page.

Be sure to tag #newspapersmatter in your post.

On Oct. 13 we will draw from all our submissions.

READ MORE: Newspapers matter reason 55: No fake news. Here’s how to spot fake news online

You get one entry in the draw, per post, per platform. So if you post twice in a week on all three of our platforms that means you get 6 entries in our draw!

Twitter: @northernview

Instagram: @thenorthernview

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thenorthernview/

Be sure to also give some love to our local hockey team and tag them too!

Here at The Northern View, newspapers matter because you matter.

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