Virtual Chuck-a-Puck in Fayetteville

Great efforts by the Marksmen to stay connected and drive revenue.

The Fayetteville Marksmen are letting fans doing what they do, but do it from home…this time with a virtual Chuck-a-Puck and a Virtual Opening Night.

Marksmen Fans, support us for what would have been our 2020 Opening Night on December 31, 2020 – virtually! Throughout the day on December 31, we will be releasing various Opening Night-themed videos on our social media pages – including your chance to win in our ever-popular Chuck-a-Puck! Help the Marksmen SELL OUT by purchasing one of our Virtual Opening Night packages, which will include a donated ticket to a military family during the 2021-22 season.

The team lost their season due to COVID and is working hard to stay connect with fans.

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Due to state government restrictions with mass gatherings and the on-going coronavirus pandemic, the Fayetteville Marksmen – along with four other teams – have been forced to forgo the 2020-21 Southern Professional Hockey League season. This decision was finalized and released today by League officials, and unfortunately means there will not be a 2020-21 season of hockey for the Marksmen.

Packages includes shirts, donated military tickets for 21-22 season and participation in this virtual opening night.

The evening includes Virtual Chuck-a-Puck and a chance to win fantastic prizes, like :

  • $40 to Zaxby’s
  • $40 to New Deli
  • Team-Signed Gloves
  • Team-Signed Helmet
  • Team-Signed Stick
  • $100 Cash Prize

Great efforts by the Marksmen to stay connected and drive revenue.

UPDATE:  See how this played out in this Water Cooler Post from January 7th, 2021.


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