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Raven Super Bowl Party at Match Eatery

Sunday, February 11, 2024

3:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Match Eatery & Public House, Campbell River, V9W 4C5
No Purchase Necessary

100.7 The Raven with be celebrating Super Bowl at Match Eatery in Campbell River. You could WIN a $200 Gift Card and a table for 4 with premium viewing on Super Bowl Sunday!

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You can win two different ways

  • Listen on air between Jan 29th - Feb 8th to hear how you can enter through The Raven Text line. 
  • Go to Match Eatery in Campbell River before February 9th drop your receipt or an entry form into the ballot box with your name and number.

1 Lucky WINNER will be announced on February 9th live on The Raven! 


Rules : 

No purchase necessary

Must be 19+ as of February 11th, 2024. 

Only 1 entry per person 

prize is non-negotiable and can't be sold. 

Prize must be used on February 11th,2024.

Winner will be put in touch with Match Eatery and must confirm reservation by February 10th, 2024.

The Raven and Match Eatery are not responsible for any changes made to this contest.

The Raven and Match Eatery reserve the right to use any form of media pertaining to contest winner indefinitely.

Winner must act in accordance with facility rules and the laws of British Columbia. 

Winner accepts responsibility for this prize and can't hold The Raven, Match Eatery, any employee's, associates, or otherwise any problem occurs during the course of utilizing this prize. 

Any Questions, contact manager@theraven.fm









Match Eatery & Public House
111 St. Ann's Road
Campbell River
V9W 4C5

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Keeping Our Word


The word "éy7á7juuthem" means “Language of our People” and is the ancestral tongue of the Homalco, Tla’amin, Klahoose and K’ómoks First Nations, with dialectic differences in each community.

It is pronounced "eye-ya-jooth-hem."