Florida Panthers Foundation Announces Mystery Puck Night
/ Florida Panthers
Fundraiser to be held on Saturday, March 17
SUNRISE, FL – The Florida Panthers Foundation today announced plans for its first “Mystery Puck Night” to be held on Saturday, March 17 as the Panthers take on the visiting New York Islanders at the BankAtlantic Center. Each puck sold will be signed by a member of the Florida Panthers and will be sold for $25. Three lucky pucks will be signed in gold and the recipients of those pucks will win a fabulous prize.
“Our first Mystery Puck Night promises to be an exciting event,” said Executive Director Alaina Miller. “We are excited to offer our fans the chance to purchase an autographed puck with the added bonus that if their puck is signed in gold, they will win an additional prize.”
Pucks can be purchased at the GameDay Auction table – located on the Plaza Level of the BankAtlantic Center – as well as from staff members who will be roaming the concourse and selling pucks. All proceeds will benefit the Florida Panthers Foundation. Grand prizes include a Florida Panthers team signed stick, a Nathan Horton autographed jersey and a meet and greet with Cats forward Martin Gelinas.
Over the past year the Florida Panthers Foundation has donated Florida Panthers game tickets and auction items including team-signed jerseys and sticks and Zamboni rides to various South Florida charities. Recipients include: Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Broward County, American Cancer Society, JAFCO, Homestead Air Reserve, Soref JCC, Boys & Girls Club, Miami Disadvantaged Youth, Dept. of Naval Science, American Jewish Community, City of Plantation, St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital, H.O.P.E., Camelot Community Center, Stellar Kids, the Andy Roddick Foundation and Rock and Wrap It Up!.
For more information about any of the player charities or the Panthers Foundation please contact Alaina Miller at (954) 835-7730 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunrise Sports & Entertainment is the premier company of its kind in South Florida. Home to more than 185 events annually and the Florida Panthers Hockey Club, the BankAtlantic Center is consistently a top 15 worldwide venue according to Pollstar. The BankAtlantic Center welcomes more than two million guests each year and is also the home of the Sinatra Theatre presented by BankAtlantic and three monthly South Florida publications: Live On Stage Credentials, Unrestricted and Panthers Insider.