Join the Campaign!
We would like to support the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG) and the
International Centre for Youth Gambling Problems and High Risk Behaviors at McGill
University in their 2011 Holiday Campaign. The campaign involves a joint media press release
issued by the NCPG and McGill University slated for early December as well as promotional
materials including holiday greeting card and poster templates. Lotteries who reply by October
25, 2011 will be included in the NCPG and McGill University press releases and other
promotional materials. Listed below are some ways your organization can formally participate in
the campaign. Please indicate which options are of interest to your organization.
We authorize the NCPG and the International Centre for Youth Gambling Problems and
High Risk Behaviors at McGill University to use our organization’s name as a supporter
in the Holiday Campaign press release and in any publicized materials pertaining to the
We would like to issue a press release from our organization about the campaign.
We will place a link on our website to the NCPG Holiday Campaign site
We would like to review the holiday greeting card template that our organization can use
to send our own holiday responsible gaming message.
We will review the electronic poster template that we can reproduce for our retailers.
Print Name___________________________ Organization_________________________
You are invited to email this form to Megan Larsen-Fludd (email@example.com) or fax to
(202) 547-9206 by October 25, 2011. In response to your fax, we will send you materials that
can be used to facilitate the development of your own campaign. While returning this form is not
a requirement to join our campaign (we appreciate support in any form), it does authorize us to
include your organization’s name in our official press releases and other promotional materials.
Please note that Keith Whyte from the National Council on Problem Gambling is available to
press to discuss the campaign and highlight your participation. He can be contacted via email at
firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 202-547-9204.