Don Cameron Potato Night 2018
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KITCHENER WATERLOO - Rangers fans will once again have a chance to share the gift of food with our community at the 21st annual Don Cameron Potato Night, set for Friday, Jan. 26 at 7:30 p.m. at The Aud. Retired broadcaster Don Cameron and the Kitchener Rangers invite hockey fans to drop off donations of cash and potatoes on their way into the game, when the Rangers take on the Saginaw Spirit.
In advance of the game, we invite our media partners to stop by The Aud. on Tuesday, Jan. 16 at 9:30 a.m., for a photo opp featuring Spuddy, HoF's February Potato Blitz mascot, Kitchener Rangers team members, and Don Cameron. Interview opportunities are also available at this time.
WHO: Don Cameron; Kitchener Rangers team members Connor Bunnaman, Adam Liska and Joseph Garreffa; Spuddy and House of Friendship
WHAT: Media Day for 21st annual Don Cameron Potato Night in support of House of Friendship's 23rd annual February Potato Blitz
WHEN: Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018, 9:30 a.m.
WHERE: Don Cameron Media Room, floor #3 (Legends Level) of The Aud, accessible via Parking Lot 'A' through Door #21. Watch for signage.
WHY: To help feed neighbours in need
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