SUNRISE, Fla - The Florida Panthers announced today that they will hold Panther Conservation Night on Friday, March 10 when the Panthers host the Minnesota Wild at 7:30 p.m.
The following Panther conservationists are partnering with the Florida Panthers Foundation to help preserve and bring awareness to the endangered Florida Panther this season: Andrew Hill Investment Advisors Inc., Florida International University, Friends of the Florida Panther Refuge, National Parks Conservation Association, National Park Service, Palm Beach Zoo and Conservation Society, U.S Fish & Wildlife Service, Fish & Wildlife Conservation, Zoo Miami.
"The Florida Panther is more than a mascot for us," said Executive Director of the Florida Panthers Foundation Lauren Simone. "We are proud to partner with passionate conservationists to raise awareness and support for our namesake."
If you are interested in supporting the Florida Panther, click HERE to purchase a ticket to the game on March 10 and a portion of all proceeds will go towards Panther conservation efforts. Please use promo code: pantherconservation.
Fans can learn more about the endangered Panther and how they can raise awareness throughout the game. Panther conservationists will also be available to answer questions and provide ways that fans can give back to saving the Florida Panther. The Foundation and club are working with Carlton Ward Photography to feature images of the panther.
The Florida Panthers Foundation focuses on supporting youth hockey in South Florida, children's health and education, military veterans as well as the Florida Panther endangered species.
The Florida Panthers return home to host the Edmonton Oilers on Feb. 22 at the BB&T Center. Full and partial ticket packages are available that include flexible payment plans. In addition, single game suites and group pricing are available for the 2016-17 season. Please call (954) 835- PUCK (7825) or visit FloridaPanthers.com/TicketCentral to purchase your ticket plan.