Wednesday, October 27, 2010GLENDALE, ARIZONA ---
Ghosts and goblins – and maybe a desert dog or two – will take to the ice at Saturday’s Phoenix Coyotes vs. Tampa Bay Lightning game for Howl-o-Ween, a night dedicated to tricks, treats and all sorts of family fun.
Coyotes mascot Howler and the team’s Paw Patrol game entertainment squad will host a variety of Howl-o-Ween activities, creating a fun family atmosphere during the entire evening. Included are pregame trick-or-treating for kids at several locations along the Jobing.com Arena concourse and at the Paw Patrol sign-making table on the plaza, a Howler’s Kids Club costume parade on the ice during the first intermission, and a costume contest for both kids and adults – with a grand prize of four front-row tickets to a future game for each winner.
The fun also comes at a great value since Howl-o-Ween is a Family Fun Pack night, with packages including four tickets, four hot dogs and four drinks starting at only $99. Family Fun Packs are available on most Friday, Saturday and Sunday games.
The game will also promote Howler’s Kids Club -- a free club for Coyotes fans under 16, featuring special discounts, an official membership card, Coyotes button, events throughout the year and other fun benefits. Check out the Kids Club here
“Howl-o-Ween is becoming a true Coyotes tradition and our always-creative fans are starting to look forward to it and plan out their costumes,” says Coyotes Vice President of Marketing & Communications. “With the extra value offered by our Family Fun Packs, it’s a great night to dress up and cheer on the Yotes.”
The pregame trick-or-treating will begin at 5 p.m. The game begins at 6 p.m.