The Sudbury Wolves have launched the “Pup Patrol” for the 2017/18 season.
The Pup Patrol will replace the long-running “Cub Club” kids club.
“Together with the marketing team, we looked at all the new exciting things happening this season, the new coaches and players and partners and felt that the kids club would benefit from a refresh,” said VP Marketing & Development Andrew Dale.
“The kids club is a dynamic program and we are ecstatic to have the Lexington Hotel as its sponsor. The Pup Patrol interacts with young fans to add value to their experience during home games. It’s something that parents and grand-parents value. We were inspired by some kids close to the Wolves extended family and their passion for wolves and wolf pups, hence ‘Pup Patrol’.”
Sudbury Wolves execs believe that the Pup Patrol is something that has the ability to grow and evolve with the addition of fun characters and school engagement as the program rolls out for the younger elementary school students and Wolves fans.
The Pup Patrol will expand with the creation characters, in part with input by fans over the seasons and throughout the community.
Kids can become a member of the Pup Patrol for $50 + HST online at sudburywolvestickets.com.
Registration includes, eight ticket vouchers redeemable for the 2017/18 season, the Pup Patrol Membership Card, a T-Shirt, chances to win great prizes during in game promotions and more.
Please note, registrations will be accepted at the Pup Patrol table behind section two during games, however the cost will be $60 cash.
For more information, contact the Wolves at email@example.com.