For the 12th consecutive year, the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Lightning Foundation will welcome Bay Area kids and their sponsors to the St. Pete Times Forum on Saturday, December 18 to celebrate Kids Night Out as the team faces off against the Buffalo Sabres.
For this year’s event, patrons will be given the choice of five different pricing levels from which to choose. Each includes the opportunity to sponsor a designated number of kids to attend the game, as well as complimentary incentives for contributing. All levels, regardless of price, include company recognition on LightningVision during the game and a three-ring Lightning binder for each child. All tickets purchased towards the event will be donated to children through local non-profit organizations who might not otherwise have the means to experience the fun of Lightning hockey.
Starting as low as $600, The Hat Trick package sponsors 40 kids to attend the game and includes two tickets to the Channelside Club, all-inclusive with food, soda, beer and wine for sponsors. Patrons may also choose The Captain package for $1,125, which provides for 75 kids to attend the game and nets the donor two Channelside Club seats and a player-signed Lightning puck. Additional plans include The All-Star, priced at $1,500, which affords the sponsor an opportunity to send 100 kids to the game, four Channelside Club tickets and a player-signed stick, while The MVP sponsors 150 kids to the game and also nets a team-signed Lightning stick, as well as four tickets to the Channelside Club for $2,250. Those wishing to go “All In” this holiday season can also purchase The Stanley Cup package, available for $5,000, to sponsor 250 kids to the game and receive a player-signed Lightning jersey and one private luxury suite to an agreed upon future home game. All sponsors who purchase either The All-Star, MVP or Stanley Cup plans will also have their company’s name featured on the official web site of the Lightning, tampabaylightning.com.
All forms must be completed and submitted by December 16, 2010. Orders may also be faxed in electronically at 813.301.1487. For further information contact Kelvin Woodson at 813.301.6832.