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Going Green With The Stingrays

November 11, 2009 - ECHL (ECHL) - South Carolina Stingrays News Release

On Saturday, November 14 against the Charlotte Checkers, the Stingrays will be offsetting the emission cost of putting on a Stingrays hockey game. The Stingrays will be the FIRST ECHL team to host a carbon-neutral game and be an example of how we can improve our environment in the immediate Charleston area.

Elementary and Middle school students are submitting essays and posters to the Stingrays office answering the question why the environment is so important to the State of South Carolina. Those students that submit an essay or poster from their school will receive a free ticket to the game. To find out more information on how you can get involved with the Stingrays to create a better environment, contact us at (843) 744-2248 or visit us online at

On Saturday, November 21, the South Carolina Stingrays honor local fire, police and EMS departments in Salute to Home Town Heroes night. The evening begins with a pre-game hockey game between the Charleston Fire Department and the City of Atlanta Fire at 2 pm.

All fans are welcome to attend this game with $2 of every ticket going to the Equipping our Heroes Foundation to purchase life-saving tools for local fire departments in need. After the pre-game fans can head over to Centre Pointe and meet the local heroes before the Stingrays game.

We are proud to honor all of our local heroes. For tickets or information on how you or your organization can get involved call (843) 744-2248.

Camp Bow Wow and the South Carolina Stingrays have teamed up to bring Adopt-a-Dog Sundays to North Charleston Coliseum.

On Sunday, November 22, stop by the Camp Bow Wow table on the main concourse and see the adoptable dog of the night.

The first South Carolina Stingrays Adopt a Dog is the beautiful Miss Guiness. She is a one year old Husky Mix, rescued by Palmetto Paws Animal Rescue and fostered by Camp Bow Wow of Charleston. She is extremely lovable with a wonderful personality and demeanor. She loves to go on long walks or jogs and does very well on a leash. She is house broken and socialized. She plays well with all other dogs and even gets along with cats. She is spayed and current on her shots.

For more information on Miss Guiness, please call (843) 568-7259.

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