Guess What Rink Is Larry At? (Week Eleven)

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Join us in playing “What Rink is Larry At?” during the upcoming hockey season for a chance to win money for YOUR favorite charity!

TO ENTER:

✔️Name the rink Larry is at in the video and put the name of the charity you would like the donation made to if you are selected as the winner.
✔️Feel free to tag a friend who might also enjoy playing.

Those who correctly name the rink Larry is at will be entered to win $100 for their favorite charity.

Videos are scheduled to be released every other Tuesday and the winner will be posted one week after each video is released.

Thank you for playing and good luck!

This contest is not sponsored or endorsed by any of the social media platforms it is found on.

This article represents the opinion of Mitlin Financial Inc. It should not be construed as providing investment, legal and/or tax advice.

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