The Chicago Wolves are proud to host the fifth annual Salute to Military Families Night, presented by your Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana Kia dealers, on Saturday, March 30, when the team hosts the Milwaukee Admirals at Allstate Arena. The Wolves will honor current and former servicemen and servicewomen and their families throughout the night in appreciation of their dedication to our country.
In addition, the Wolves are hosting a pregame Military Resource Fair event to showcase organizations and companies that provide support to veterans and their families. Veterans have the opportunity to receive information and ask direct questions about services and programs designed for them and their families — whether they are getting ready to be deployed or transitioning back to civilian life for the first time.
“Members of our military do their jobs with little or no fanfare and they perform tasks many of us can only imagine,” said Chicago Wolves president Mike Gordon. “We are thankful for the chance to offer them a way to connect with resources they may need and to share it with their families.”
Many of our partners have purchased tickets with plans to donate them as a way to express their thanks to our veterans and their families for their service. Please to claim these tickets and register for the resource fair.
For Active, Reserve and Veteran Military Families Only – May be required to show military identification at Will Call.
To learn more about Salute to Military Families Night and the Military Resource Fair, to purchase tickets for yourself or to sponsor a veteran and his family, please email Tim Weaver at TWeaver@chicagowolves.com or call 1-800-THE-WOLVES.
*Note for spectators with noise and sound sensitivity: The Chicago Wolves have an award winning fireworks and laser show – created by the same company that created the pyrotechnics for this year’s Super Bowl halftime show. Please be aware that as part of the experience, the Wolves set off brief but loud fireworks during introductions and following the first two Wolves goals.
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