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The Wenatchee Wild offers BOGO tickets to the WAHA youth hockey athletes



August 9, 2022

Contact: Sarah Anderson


Wenatchee Wild Hockey proposes a ticketing program to the Wenatchee Amateur Hockey Association (WAHA). The program allows registered players and their families to receive a buy one gets one deal.

WAHA is a program for youth hockey, established in 2004. In 2008 the Wenatchee Wild Junior hockey program joined the valley. The two programs combined their efforts to improve and grow the sport of hockey in the area.

The current President and one of the coaches for WAHA, Bryon McDougall, has been involved since 2015. He believes that the ticket program will be encouraging to the younger players, he said. The Wild players work with the youth to develop their American Development Model (ADM) during the season. “They can watch the same Wild players that helped them in ADM play at one of the highest levels of Junior Hockey in North America. It can deepen a player’s connection with the game and show them what is possible if they continue to work hard,” McDougall said.

David Rayfield, the operation coordinator, said it has always been something the organization wanted to do. “The youth programs have always supported the Wild players and we want to make that more feasible.”

Wild Head Coach Chris Clark said, “The ticket program will hopefully relieve some stress and provide the WAHA players and their families the flexibility to come to as many Wild games as possible. We love having them loud and proud at our games.”