Red Wings Set To Host Coyotes On Third Bobblehead Thursday Of 2011-12
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Detroit, MI… The Detroit Red Wings will be looking to extend their home ice winning streak to eight games on Thursday, December 8 (puck drop – 7:30 p.m.) when the Phoenix Coyotes pay a visit to Joe Louis Arena. As part of the season-long ‘Bobblehead Thursdays’ promotion, the first 7,500 fans in attendance for this contest will receive a free Johan Franzen bobblehead compliments of Amway, presenting sponsor of the Detroit Red Wings.
Fans 1-7,500 entering The Joe on Thursday will receive a voucher, which they can then redeem for a bobblehead at one of the designated giveaway tables situated throughout the arena concourse until the start of the second period. Five (5) of the bobbleheads given away at this game will be brandished with a distinct marking on the inside of the box lid. Fans who receive these specially-marked bobbleheads will win a post-game meet-and-greet with Franzen outside of the Red Wings’ locker room.
Special Coke Zero Family Packs – comprised of two tickets, two hot dogs and two Coke Zeroes for as low as $54 – are available for the Red Wings’ first home game of December. Tickets to all upcoming Red Wings home games can be purchased at the Joe Louis Arena Box Office (313-396-7575), all Ticketmaster outlets (800-745-3000), and online at DetroitRedWings.com.
Red Kettle Nights Return This Week!
The Detroit Red Wings and The Salvation Army are joining forces once again for the 6th annual ‘Red Wings for Red Kettles’ initiative to help the nonprofit organization meet a critical need and keep vital services operating. The first Red Kettle Night of the holiday is set to be held on Thursday when volunteers from The Salvation Army ring bells and collect donations from Joe Louis Arena patrons at each of the venue’s four main entrances when doors open at 6:00 p.m. Executive Vice President and General Manager Ken Holland is serving as the Honorary Red Kettle Campaign Chairman for the sixth consecutive year.