Epilepsy Awareness Night, presented by Heidenhain
Did you know 1 in 26 Americans will develop epilepsy during their lifetime?
The condition doesn’t play favorites: People are diagnosed with epilepsy at any age and it can be triggered by a wide range of factors.
The Chicago Wolves were determined to broaden the conversation of this condition and raise funds to cure it by hosting Epilepsy Awareness Night on Saturday, December 17. The first 2,500 fans who entered Allstate Arena that night received a T-shirt, courtesy of Heidenhain.
In conjunction with Epilepsy Awareness Night, the Wolves hosted an Epilepsy Awareness Raffle that featured a series of unique packages and experiences. Raffle tickets were $10 each, and fans used them to try to win any or all of the raffles.
A special thanks to all those who participated and attended the game on Dec. 17. It was a great success!
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