The Chicago Sky will host “Police and Fire Night” presented by Motorola Solutions on Friday, June 6. The evening will feature the Sky taking on the Los Angeles Sparks at 7:30 p.m. CT and a pregame Safety Expo on the concourse of the Allstate Arena beginning at 6:30 p.m. CT.
“We’re proud to join forces with Motorola Solutions to make ‘Police and Fire Night’ an annual event honoring the brave men and women who serve and protect our communities,” said Adam Fox, Chicago Sky president and CEO. “We look forward to thanking these everyday heroes for their hard work and dedication.”
Fans are encouraged to come join the Sky in honoring the men and women of the police and fire services who serve the Chicagoland area. Tickets start as low as $15 and include access to the Sky’s Safety Expo prior to the game. Activities at the expo will include: fingerprinting, a distracted driving simulator, a cyber bullying presentation, internet safety advice, First Aid for kids, an emergency preparedness seminar and home alone safety tips.
“Motorola Solutions is honored to work with the Chicago Sky and greater community to honor our local heroes and their families. Keeping our cities safe requires a great deal of manpower and a tireless effort from first responders. We look forward to recognizing them on this special evening,” said Juliann Larimer, vice president, North America Marketing, Motorola Solutions.
A portion of the proceeds from every ticket purchased through this offer for the Sky’s “Police and Fire Night” presented by Motorola Solutions will be donated to Police and Fire affiliated charities in the Chicagoland area. For more information or to purchase tickets, call 866.SKY.WNBA or visit CHICAGOSKY.NET.
The 7:30 p.m. game against the Los Angeles Sparks will air locally on The U Too and WNBA LiveAccess.
About the Chicago Sky
The Chicago Sky (4-1) is off to the best start in franchise history. Now in their ninth season, the Sky is coming off a 2013 season where the team finished atop the Eastern Conference with a 24-10 record and earned the first WNBA Playoff berth in franchise history. For information on 2014 ticket packages to see the Sky play at Allstate Arena, call 866.SKY.WNBA or visit www.chicagosky.net.