Come On Over To The Wildside

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    The WildSide will be hosting a Free Premier Screening and Mixer at the Millet Agriplex, Saturday January 31st with the doors opening at 6:00 p.m. and you’re invited. 

    Join the cast and production crew including Max Bloudov, the head producer of The Wildside, as well as the top rated series Maximum Limit Fishing and Fur Harvesters, the Millet based outdoor reality show is set to air on WildTV in October of 2015.

    As well as the screening there will be other activities for guests and their families to enjoy.

    There will be photographers at the event for guests to get their photos taken with the cast and crew of the WildSide as they mix and meet with guests as a memento of the evening. A twoonie beer bar will be provided for the screening. 

    Big Al’s Decoys is a sponsor of The WildSide, offering a 10% discount to anyone that attends the premier and leaves their name and number to place a decoy order. Door prizes will be given away throughout the evening.

    An area will be set up to accept donations for the Ken Ogstun fund. A silent auction will be held on a signed Edmonton Oilers Taylor Hall jersey, with the proceeds also going to Ken Ogstun fund.

    Later an after party will be held at Leannes Bar & Grill in Millet with the band Zyla performing. The Edmonton based band Zyla’s music is featured in The WildSide. Leannes Bar & Grill will be providing food discounts throughout the evening.

    For further details check out The WildSide on Facebook or on their website at http://wildside2014.wix.com/outdoors.

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