TAMPA BAY – The Tampa Bay Lightning will continue their Rolling Thunder 20-Stop Tour, a series of fan events complete with interactive games and giveaways, with stops 18 and 19 this week. On Saturday, November 3 the Rolling Thunder Tour stops at the Tampa Bay Skating Academy’s ‘Try Hockey for Free Day’ located at 255 Forest Lakes Boulevard in Oldsmar from 1-3 p.m. The second stop of the weekend will be on Sunday, November 4 at the Cops N’ Kids Fifth Annual Motorcycle Toy Run and Fall Festival in Tarpon Springs at the Tarpon Towers located at the corner of Martin Luther King and Huey Avenue from 12-6 p.m.
The Lightning Girls will be in attendance at the Tampa Bay Skating Academy stop. Street hockey will be available as well with all the equipment provided. Fans attending the Tarpon Springs stop will need to bring $10 and are encouraged to bring an unwrapped toy to participate in the Toy Run. Both stops this week will feature interactive games, and prizes will be available to all fans in attendance.
The Lightning continue celebrating their 20-year anniversary with the Rolling Thunder 20-Stop Tour to give fans a chance to bring friends and family to participate in interactive games and activities. Rolling Thunder, the Lightning’s marketing fan truck, is full of entertainment for all ages.
Fans will also be given a rewards card at each event and can collect points for each time they attend a stop on the tour. Fans attending all 20 events will get a 20th anniversary t-shirt and a chance to win a pair of front row Lightning tickets for a game during the upcoming season. Fans that go to five Rolling Thunder stops will get a McCafé ® real fruit smoothie or frappé from McDonald’s ®. Fans will also have the chance to win a Vincent Lecavalier signed jersey, Lightning team magnets and other prizes for attending the Rolling Thunder stops.