Abbotsford, BC – The Abbotsford Heat, in partnership with the BC Cancer Foundation, announced today that the Heat game on Sunday, February 9th will be the annual Pink in the Rink in support of the BC Cancer Foundation. Fans looking to attend this Sunday’s game should use the offer code PINK14 on Ticketmaster.ca, with partial proceeds from all tickets sold using this promo code benefitting the BC Cancer Foundation.
In addition to the offer code above, proceeds from 50/50 and Chuck a Puck sales will be donated to the BC Cancer Foundation. Through this promotional night, the Heat aim to raise awareness and funds to support cancer research at the BC Cancer Agency. In support of cancer awareness, players will be using pink tape and pink skate laces during the game.
The game is also an Abbotsford Heat Family Day, featuring a postgame skate with the entire Heat team, $2 pop, $2 popcorn, and $2 hotdogs.
On February 8th and 9th the Heat will face-off against the Texas Stars (AHL affiliate of the Dallas Stars). Saturday, February 8th will be Country Night, so come in your best country get-up and have the chance to win tickets to Florida Georgia Line, Dean Brody, or $15,000 dollars in The Honda Way Shoot Out. Saturday will also feature the third $3 $2 $1 Brew Dog ‘N Pop night. February 9th will be the Pink in the Rink night supporting the BC Cancer Foundation. For tickets please call 1-877-452-HEAT (4328) or visit us online at www.abbotsfordheat.com.
About the BC Cancer Foundation
The BC Cancer Foundation is the bridge that connects philanthropic support and research breakthroughs in cancer knowledge. As the fundraising partner of the BC Cancer Agency and the largest charitable funder of cancer research in this province, we enable donors to make contributions to leading-edge research that has a direct impact on improvements to cancer care for patients in British Columbia. We fund with the goal of finding solutions. Visit www.bccancerfoundation.com to make a donation or to learn how you can make a difference in the lives of those affected by cancer.