Minot’s MAYSA Arena Battling For $150,000 in Upgrades From Kraft Hockeyville
Minot's MAYSA Arena is one of the last four hockey arenas hoping to be named Kraft Hockeyville, which would mean $150,000 in upgrades for the venue, plus the chance to host an upcoming NHL preseason game.
Voting for the top four will conclude Wednesday, April 20th, with the top two vote-getting arenas moving on to the finals. The final round of voting will be held April 25th and 26th, with the winner being announced on or around April 30th, according to KraftHockeyville.com.
The other three arenas joining Minot's MAYSA Arena in the top four are the Rushmore Thunderdome (Rapid City, SD), Lakeview Arena (Marquette, MI), and the Twin Ponds Family Complex (Harrisburg, PA).
Fans can vote as many as 50 times per day, both via text and online at KraftHockeyville.com. To vote for Minot's MAYSA Arena, simply text MAYSA to 35350.
The eventual winning arena will receive $150,000 in facility upgrades, plus they'll have the opportunity to host an NHL preseason game during the 2016-17 season.
Because it has already made it to the top four, Minot's MAYSA Arena is already guaranteed $25,000 in upgrades.
The MAYSA Arena was originally nominated by a woman named Dee. You can see the reasons why she wanted the arena to be named Kraft Hockeyville HERE.
You can learn more about Minot's MAYSA Arena HERE.