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St. Patrick's Day Mystery Pucks on Sale March 16

by Drew Sanchez / Carolina Hurricanes

RALEIGH, NC—Doug Warf, Senior Director of Marketing and Executive Director of the Kids ‘N Community Foundation, announced today that the St. Patrick’s Day Mystery Pucks fundraiser will take place on Tuesday, March 16, at the RBC Center, prior to the team’s game against the Boston Bruins. The limited edition, autographed pucks will go on sale when doors open at 6 p.m., at the Kids ‘N Community Foundation silent auction kiosk across from section 129 and section 130.

Each of the 200 limited edition, green St. Patrick’s Day pucks are outlined with a white shamrock and the Hurricanes eye logo in the middle, and will be autographed by a Carolina Hurricanes player. Fans will not know which player signed their puck until after their purchase is made. All pucks will be wrapped in gold foil, and each is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity. To see what the pucks look like, please follow this link:

The St. Patrick’s Day commemorative pucks are $30 each, with every purchaser receiving a tax receipt for their contribution to the Kids ‘N Community Foundation. There is a limit of three pucks per purchase, and fans should arrive early to ensure that they receive a puck, as a limited number are available. Cash payments are recommended to avoid waiting in long lines.

The Carolina Hurricanes Kids ‘N Community Foundation provides much needed funding to children’s charities and education programs throughout North Carolina. The Foundation has funded scholarship programs, youth hockey, educational and literacy efforts, children’s health programs, the arts and other children’s related initiatives. Annually, the Foundation provides cash and in-kind contributions of more than $1 million to charitable and educational programs in North Carolina. Every member of the Hurricanes organization is actively involved in community activities and the Hurricanes take great pride in the ability to have a positive impact in our state.

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