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Whig Standard March 24 2007

How suite it is for arena lottery winners

The Whig-Standard
Local News - Saturday, March 24, 2007 Updated @ 11:35:20 PM

The Whig-Standard

Anyone looking for a swanky night out next year should hope they’ve got friends among the winners of this week’s lottery for suites at the downtown arena.

Forty-one individuals and businesses put $1,000 down last year for the right to join the lottery for the 29 suites.

Prices range from $22,875 per year for a 10-seat, centre-ice “platinum” suite to $15,000 for an eight-seat corner suite.

Here’s who got the suites, in alphabetical order: 1000 Islands Cruises; 1203157 Ontario Limited; J.E. Agnew Food Services Ltd.; Braebury Homes Corporation; Canadian Tire - Cataraqui; CHUM Radio Kingston; CIBC Wood Gundy; Cruickshank Construction Limited and Rosen Heating & Cooling; Empire Life Insurance Company; Gananoque Chevrolet Cadillac; JKL Micro; Kingston Financial Centre Inc.; Kingston MRI; Kimco Steel Sales Limited and Kingston Truck Centre; The Kingston Whig-Standard; Kingston Young Entrepreneurs; KPMG LLP; Len Corcoran Excavating Ltd.; Melo Hotels; RBC & WAGG; CaraCo Development Corporation and Taggart Investments; The Radio Group; Thomson Jemmett Vogelzang o/b The Insurance Centre Inc.; Waste Management.