K-Wings To Host Walleye During 2nd Annual Komen Game
Kalamazoo, MI- The Kalamazoo Wings, proud member of the ECHL, three-time defending North Division Champions and National Hockey League affiliate to the Vancouver Canucks, and American Hockey League's Chicago Wolves announce in conjunction with the Susan G. Komen Foundation of Southwest Michigan the team will host the 2nd Annual Komen for the Cure Fundraiser Night on February 15th versus the Toledo Walleye.
K-Wings are currently selling special Pink Packs for the game, which includes a ticket to the contest and a commemorative T-Shirt featuring Consumers Energy, the presenting sponsor of the game.
Pink Packs are available at the Wings Stadium Ticket Office and are $24.50 for the Red Section, $20 for the White Section and $10 for Kids (ages 2-14).
Fans that already have tickets to the game can purchase a commemorative t-shirt for only $10.
The K-Wings are also offering special Pink Pack pricing for groups of 15 or more people.
A portion of all Pink Pack purchases will go to the Susan G. Komen Foundation of Southwest Michigan.
This season, the K-Wings will also be wearing special jerseys to celebration the 13th Annual Valentine's Day Pink Ice Game, presented by WKFR and SeaLandAir Travel and Apple Vacations, as well as the 2nd Annual Susan G. Komen Game, presented by Consumers Energy.
A silent auction will start during the pink ice game and conclude on Friday, February 15th during the K-Wings-Walleye contest.
Single-game tickets for the 2012-2013 season are on sale at the Wings Stadium Ticket Office. Ticket Office hours are Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. and 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturdays. To charge tickets by phone, please call Ticketmaster at 800-745-3000.
Tickets for all K-Wings home games are $13 and $17.50 for adults and only $7 for kids ages 14 and under. The price for all K-Wings premium night games (all colored ice games and New Year's Eve game) are just $1 more.
Fans can save money by purchasing K-Wings single-game tickets in advance because tickets purchased on the day of a game increase by $2 (adults only).
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