By The Glendale Star
Wednesday, November 2, 2011
First 10,000 fans will receive John McCain bobble head
Phoenix Coyotes Chief Operating Officer Mike Nealy announced today that the Coyotes will honor United States service members on "Military Heroes Appreciation Night", presented by the City of Glendale, on November 10 when the Coyotes host the Montreal Canadiens. The first 10,000 fans entering Jobing.com Arena that night will receive a Sen. John McCain bobble head. McCain is scheduled to be in attendance and will participate in the ceremonial pre-game puck drop.
In conjunction with Veteran's Day, we are proud to honor our military service men and women who keep our state and country safe," said Nealy. "We are thrilled that Senator McCain, a true American hero, can join us for this special night."
As a special a special thank you, the Coyotes are offering active military and veterans alike a special ticket offer for the game. Select upper bowl tickets will be priced at just $20 and lower bowl seats at $50. The offer is good only at the Jobing.com Arena box office. A valid military ID must be presented at time of purchase to receive this offer.
Arizona is home to military bases for the Army, Marines and the Air Force. The Valley of the Sun supports more than 5,200 active military and civilian personnel at Luke Air Force Base in Glendale and another 70,000 family members and retirees.
For more information on the Coyotes Military Heroes Appreciation Night, visit PhoenixCoyotes.com/heroes.