The Tampa Bay Lightning will continue their Rolling Thunder 20-Stop Tour, a series of fan events complete with interactive games and giveaways, with the final stop of the tour. On Saturday, November 10, the Rolling Thunder Tour will be at Raymond James Stadium for the American Heart Association Tampa Bay Heart Walk. Activities will begin at 8 a.m. with the Heart Walk starting at 9 a.m. Tampa Bay Lightning vice president and general manager Steve Yzerman will be participating in the walk along with Lightning executives and employees.
The last stop of the Rolling Thunder Tour will feature Lightning Girls and ThunderBug. Interactive games will be setup as well and fans will have the chance to win prizes.
The Heart Walk is a three-mile walk, but a one mile walking route is available for participants who are not able to complete the longer option. Participants in the walk have teamed up to raise money for the American Heart Association. All donations go towards funding for life-saving heart and stroke research as well as community programs and advocacy efforts.
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.