Dear Supporter Ji,
This is a friendly reminder to purchase your tickets to see the LA Kings celebrate Sikh Heritage Day. Tickets are selling out fast!
The date for the game is Saturday, February 29, 2020 at 1:00 PM; the Kings will take on the New Jersey Devils, and tickets are discounted at $40 per person.
TO SIGN UP FOR THE EVENT, CLICK HERE. There is no promo code needed, and you can easily share the event with friends and family on Facebook by clicking here.
For information about how you and your children can enter a raffle to access the “Fan Tunnel”--a special greeting zone to meet the NHL players, take a ‘Fanboni’ ride before the game, and take a pregame picture on the ice--please email firstname.lastname@example.org immediately. Please include your name, contact email, phone number, and age--priority will be given to youth 21 and under. Please keep in mind that spots will be filled on a first come, first serve basis. Hurry before spaces fill up!
For the first time ever, a portion of the ticket sales will be donated to the Sikh-led charitable organization Khalsa Food Pantry. Khalsa Food Pantry, located in Pacoima, CA, was recently featured in the Sikh Coalition’s “Sikhs in Seva” video series.
TO BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW, CLICK HERE. If you are interested in purchasing more than eight tickets or want to explore other seating options, please email Jesse Rogers at email@example.com.
The Sikh Coalition has requested kirpan accommodations for this game, but we continue to be told that this accommodation is a Staples Center security issue and cannot be guaranteed by the Kings at this time. The Sikh Coalition remains committed to fighting for kirpan accommodations in every public setting, and we will continue to work to change the current policy.
We look forward to engaging with hockey fans to raise awareness about the Sikh community, and sharing more information about Sikh awareness materials and activities inside the stadium ahead of the game. We hope to see you there!
Southern California Community Development Manager
The Sikh Coalition
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