Home // Blog Articles // Activity // CFL // Find Out Who Won The Awesome CFL Prize Bundles!

Find Out Who Won The Awesome CFL Prize Bundles!

by | Dec 13, 2017 | CFL | 0 comments

Our team at Don’t Change Much can’t stop talking about Grey Cup 2017. It was a heck of a game, no doubt, but for us the build-up to the main event was just as thrilling.

Shea Emry’s Instagram takeover

As Cup festivities got underway, Canadian Men’s Health Foundation champion Shea Emry took the controls of our Instagram account @DontChangeMuch. “I’m stoked to be taking over Don’t Change Much this week,” he posted. “It’s my old squad the @torontoargos vs @calstampeders in a 2012 Grey Cup Rematch! Which side are you cheering for!?”

Shea also shared one of his best tips:

CFL Swag Giveaway Winners

Now, for the big announcement! Everyone who downloaded the recipe eBook was entered to win one of 10 amazing CFL prize bundles including an official signed CFL football and other sweet stuff. Congratulations to the lucky winners!

  1. Peter G. – Toronto, ON
  2. Alyssa S. – Warman, SK
  3. Charlotte K. – Calgary, AB
  4. Guy C. – Vancouver, BC
  5. Lloyd P. – Abbotsford, BC
  6. Cam JW –  Campbell River, BC
  7. George M. – Toronto, ON
  8. Jacqui A. – MB
  9. John D. – NB
  10. Susan F. – ON

Thank you to our supporting partners: The Canadian Football League, Canadian Football League Alumni Association, and Driver Check.

More Great CFL Health Tips

Shea wasn’t the only former player to jump on the DCM express during Grey Cup Week. In case you missed it, check out these amazing CFL alumni and their great health tips!

7 Easy and Healthy Game Day Recipes eBook

Leading up to the Grey Cup, hundreds of guys downloaded our free recipe eBook, which serves up healthier versions of your favourite game-day recipes that don’t sacrifice taste and are so easy to make even the ref could make them. If you didn’t get your copy, download it here!

 

In partnership with the Canadian Football League Alumni Association

Canadian Football League Alumni Association
Adam Bisby
Adam Bisby

Adam Bisby is a Toronto-based freelance journalist and father of two. His award-winning stories have appeared in The Globe and Mail, Toronto Star and National Post newspapers, in magazines like Explore, Reader’s Digest, International Traveller and Canadian Family, and on websites including MSN, MSN Canada, and DontChangeMuch.ca. Visit Adam’s website for more details on his award winning work.

Do You Like This Blog?

As a national charity, we depend on your donations to provide our services to Canadians. Every contribution counts.

Your Donations Make a Difference

Donate

Your contribution will further men’s health programming, tool development, and research.

Don’t Change Much is a movement inspiring men and their families to lead healthier lives. With reliable information and easy tips, we know every guy and their family can make small changes that will have a big impact on their health.

More From

CFL

Who knew you could get in shape while watching football?

Who knew you could get in shape while watching football?

Tommy Europe’s CFL playing days may be behind him, but the 1994 Grey Cup champion is as big a fan of the game as ever. He’s also big on combining game-watching with other awesome stuff, and like any guy his combos of choice include snacks, a beer or two, and friends...

Hail Marys are Epic and so are these Nachos!

Hail Marys are Epic and so are these Nachos!

Q: What do you call cheese that doesn’t belong to you? A: Nacho cheese! The good news (after that bad joke) is that the mouth-watering melted cheese in this recipe for Epic Nacho is all yours — unless you choose to share with your lucky buddies. Even better, shredded...

Let’s Talk!

Did you enjoy this article? Let us know in the comments.

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Our comments are moderated and are made live after they’ve been reviewed. If you disagree with anything in the article or comments please do let us know, but be polite so we can have a constructive discussion where everyone has the opportunity to learn.

Pin It on Pinterest