Enterprise Launches Annual Hat Trick Challenge

Enterprise Rent-A-Car will be starting its new season of the "NHL Hat Trick Challenge." Photo via Wikimedia.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car will be starting its new season of the "NHL Hat Trick Challenge." Photo via Wikimedia.

Enterprise Rent-A-Car has partnered with the National Hockey League (NHL) Network analyst Kevin Weekes to launch a new season of its daily trivia game, “NHL Hat Trick Challenge.”

Every game day throughout the regular season, hockey fans can visit hattrick.nhl.com or download the NHL Hat Trick Challenge app. Three questions will be posted, and the individual who answers all three questions correctly will score a hat trick, according to Enterprise.

Fans also will be competing against Weekes, who will be sharing his predictions across his social channels. The fan who scores the most hat tricks throughout the regular season will win the NHL Hat Trick Challenge and receive two tickets (plus a trip) to a 2015 Stanley Cup Final game, as well as a chance to shadow Kevin Weekes before the game, according to Enterprise.

“As an official partner of the NHL and NHLPA for the past six years, we’re always looking for new and engaging ways to bring our partnership to life for fans,” said Jim Stoeppler, assistant vice president, Enterprise Brand Marketing. “Last season, nearly 100,000 fans registered and played the NHL Hat Trick Challenge, and we want to continue providing them with an enjoyable way to be involved in the games all season long.”

For every hat trick, participants are entered in a weekly prize drawing for a chance to win two tickets to an NHL regular season game of their choice. The more hat tricks, the more prize drawing entries they will receive.

In addition to competing for the grand prize and weekly prizes, participants can create custom NHL Hat Trick Challenge leagues. Top NHL Hat Trick Challenge players will appear on a leaderboard on hattrick.nhl.com, and the top 15 hat trick scorers will be featured on the homepage, according to Enterprise.

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