PINK AT THE RINK: WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW
The Wenatchee Wild, in conjunction with Confluence Health, are proud to present our annual “Pink At The Rink” event on Friday, December 7 against the Penticton Vees starting at 7:05 pm (NewsRadio 560 KPQ / HockeyTV) at Town Toyota Center.
Proceeds from the event go to benefit Wellness Place, a local facility whose mission is to improve and enhance the health and well-being of our community members through programs and education; inspiring every person to live their best life now. There will be several opportunities for fans in attendance to contribute.
Pink At The Rink activities include:
- Wild Nation fans are encouraged to dress in pink to heighten awareness.
- The ice surface has been painted by the public with the names of people affected by cancer.
- The first 2,500 fans in the building receive pink light-up batons, courtesy of Confluence Health.
- The Wild players will be wearing specially designed uniforms, black with a pink embroidered crest and the names of cancer victims and survivors as submitted by our season ticket holders tastefully sublimated onto the jersey. Some of the jerseys will be auctioned LIVE on the ice following the game, some others via blind silent auction on the concourse.
- Special pink foam pucks will be used for the intermission “Chuck-A-Puck”, which provides a chance at various prizes. The proceeds from “Chuck-A-Puck” and the 50/50 drawing all go to Wellness Place.
Group tickets as well as individual seats are on sale now at the Wenatchee Wild office (509-888-7825) or through the Town Toyota Center Box Office.