SUNRISE, Fla. - The Florida Panthers announced today that they have partnered with We're All Little "Crazy" to host 'Same Here South Florida,' a Mental Health Awareness Night on Dec. 10 when the Panthers host the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Founded by sports business veteran and Former Florida Panthers executive Eric Kussin, We're All A Little "Crazy" is a 501(c)(3) with a mission of education around perception of mental health showing that mental health is a topic for everyone.
At a pre-game event on Dec. 10, Kussin will share his personal story of a life-changing mental health decline and how his path has led him to focus on changing the global conversation through mental health advocacy.
"After being an athlete and having a career in professional sports, I saw my world drastically changed. It was then that I realized that life experiences that we all face at varying levels unite us to one team," said Eric Kussin, Founder and CEO of We're All A Little "Crazy" and the #SameHere Global Mental Health Movement. "It was from this realization that the #SameHere movement was born and I look forward to bringing the movement and discussion to South Florida next month."
Fans can purchase tickets to this night and to hear this speaker by clicking here. A portion of the proceeds from every ticket purchased through this link will go back to We're All A Little "Crazy." Season ticket holders who want to add this on for the evening of Dec. 10 can do so here. Additionally, fans who purchase through this link will also receive a #SameHere T-shirt.
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About We Are All A Little "Crazy"
We're All A Little "Crazy" is a 501c3 founded by 15-year professional sports executive, Eric Kussin, bringing together Athletes, Celebrities, and Expert Practitioners. After a successful career that started at the NBA League Office, and led to senior management positions with a number of professional sports teams, Eric's mental health took a sudden and rapid decline. He shares his personal story and has founded We're All A Little "Crazy" to actively support the #SameHere movement and create awareness and education.