About Saves for Success
Through the course of the 2014/2015 regular hockey season, the makers of STAGG® Chili will contribute $1.00 for every save made by every goalie in every OHL and WHL game.
This program aims to contribute up to $30,000.00 to be used for minor hockey teams at all levels throughout Ontario and Western Canada.
How it works
Submitting a Photo
Submit a photo of you and your team involved with and showing the STAGG® Chili products in a fun and creative way. All photos are subject to approval from our contest moderators. All eligible photos will be submitted within 24 hours.
Voting on a Photo
Each user must register to vote on a photo and may only vote once for the duration of the contest. Head on over to the Vote page to cast a vote. In order to confirm your vote you must create an account on staggchili.ca
Voting with a PIN
You can earn additional votes by redeeming a PIN code found on specially marked 425g cans of Classique and Dynamite! Once you have your PIN, Click Here to go to the voting page and click the ‘Vote With PIN’ button to redeem your PIN. Each PIN is worth 3 votes but only be used once so vote wisely!
Vote on your favourite photo for a chance to win exclusive prizing from Travelodge and TeamSnap!
Official Rules and Regulations
To find out on how your team can get involved click here for the official Rules and Regulations.
The top five teams in each region (Ontario and Western Canada) with the most votes by the end of the regular season of play for the OHL and WHL will each win a prize. On top of the 10 winning teams by votes, there will be a wildcard draw for two more prizes for any team with over 100 votes.
STAGG® Chili Products
Looking for recipes, nutritional information, retail locations or varieties of STAGG® Chili? Click here to visit the Hormel Canada STAGG® Chili Page.
STAGG® Chili is the #1 Chili in Canada*. Founder of the Saves for Success Program and Official Chili of the OHL and WHL.
*Based on $ Sales Nielsen MarketTrack, All Channels, latest 52 weeks ending September 22, 2012.