Outlaws Host Machine on Heroes NightJune 20, 2013 - Major League Lacrosse (MLL) - Denver Outlaws
"The Outlaws are proud to continue the tradition of hosting a Heroes Night, as we appreciate everything these great men and women do," Director of Sales and Marketing Ted Tseng said. "I don't think we can recognize their hard work and sacrifice enough. It's truly amazing what they do and we just want to designate a special night for them to show how grateful we truly are for their service. I know our players feel the same way, as they get excited each year to wear their camouflage jerseys with honor and pride."
Tickets are available at DenverOutlaws.com or by calling 303-OUTLAWS.
The Outlaws will be wearing special camouflage jerseys, which will be auctioned off online the week after the game. Two team-signed camouflage jerseys will also be auctioned off via a silent auction during the game. All proceeds will benefit hero-related non-profit organizations in Colorado.
The team-signed jersey silent-auction proceeds will go to Angels of America's Fallen, which helps children of our fallen military and first responders develop into strong and successful adults by providing them positive mentoring and developmental activities when they are at their most crucial developmental phase of life. The individual player jerseys will be auctioned off online after the game and proceeds from those jerseys will benefit the Red Cross to help with Colorado wildfire relief and prevention efforts.
Additionally, the first 2,000 fans in attendance will receive Outlaws t-shirts courtesy of Anthony's Pizza and Pasta. The team will also hold a 50-50 raffle with those proceeds going to Angels of America's Fallen as well.
Major League Lacrosse Stories from June 20, 2013
- MLL Update - MLL
- Dreamcatcher Sponsors Hamilton Nationals Game - Hamilton Nationals
- Nationals Head to Florida to Face Rattlers - Hamilton Nationals
- Outlaws Host Machine on Heroes Night - Denver Outlaws
The opinions expressed in this release are those of the organization issuing it, and do not necessarily reflect the thoughts or opinions of OurSports Central or its staff.