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Red Wings military-themed water bottles now on sale

Limited edition, stainless-steel water bottles sold at Red Wings Official Team Store within Little Caesars Arena throughout month of November for $25 each with proceeds benefiting Volunteers of America Michigan

by Alex DiFilippo / DetroitRedWings.com

DETROIT - The Detroit Red Wings today announced military-themed water bottles are now on sale throughout the month of November in the team's official store within Little Caesars Arena, in conjunction with the Red Wings Military Appreciation Night, presented by BELFOR Property Restoration, set for Veterans Day, Saturday, Nov. 11, against the Columbus Blue Jackets.

A limited number of the stainless-steel water bottles are available for $25 each with proceeds benefiting Volunteers of America Michigan to provide maintenance and upgrades to facilities that deliver vital services and housing for homeless veterans throughout southeastern Michigan.

The water bottles can also be purchased on the concourse of Little Caesars Arena near Portal 8 during Military Appreciation Night on Saturday, while supplies last.  

The Red Wings will honor active and former military members when the team hosts its annual Military Appreciation Night on Saturday, Nov. 11. Additional details on the Red Wings' efforts to support the military community during Military Appreciation Night will be released at a later time.

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About Volunteers of America Michigan

Volunteers of America Michigan is a faith-based, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to helping those in need rebuild their lives and reach their full potential. Operating continuously in Michigan since 1896, the agency is the largest private provider of services to veterans in Michigan, with housing, employment services and homeless prevention for veterans and their families. Volunteers of America Michigan believes in the dignity of every person and is committed to assisting clients achieve self-sufficiency. To learn more, visit www.voami.org.

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