Red Wings And MEA Promoting Good Reading Habits

DETROIT (AP) – The Detroit Red Wings and the Michigan Education Association are joining together for the Michigan Reads program, which promotes good reading habits for K-12 students in the state.

Once registered, students can qualify for two-for-one Red Wings tickets by reading five books and having their parents or teachers document their accomplishments.

After a student has registered and read five books, the team will send an email to arrange a ticket order.

The Red Wings have set aside game dates throughout the season for Michigan Reads.

Participating students will receive a free student ticket with the purchase of an accompanying adult ticket. Additional tickets can be purchased for $15 on weeknights, $20 on weekends.

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