Military Appreciation Night
Join the Boston Bruins as we honor local military members, veterans, and their families at Military Appreciation Night presented by the MA & NH National Guard on Monday, November 10 during the Bruins vs. New Jersey Devils game at the TD Garden.
To show their support for the armed forces on the eve of Veterans Day, Bruins players Matt Bartkowski, Chris Kelly, David Krejci, Torey Krug, Brad Marchand, and Kevan Miller will each purchase $2,500 worth of tickets to the Bruins vs. Devils game to give to local military members and their families. The military members who sit in these player-donated seats will have the opportunity to meet the players postgame.
There are many ways to get involved, so take a look below and find the one that's right for you.
Donate Your Tickets to NJD vs. BOS | Mon., Nov 10
Season Ticket Holders and Game Plan Holders with a ticket to the Devils game on Monday, November 10 can donate their seats by logging into Account Manager and clicking on 'Manage My Tickets - Donate to Charity.' Tickets will be donated to the Boston Bruins Foundation and will be distributed by the USO New England to deserving soldiers and their families.
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Purchase Tickets and Donate a Seat to a Soldier
Donation ticket prices start at $75
Did you know that you can purchase Seats for Solider tickets for donation? If you are interested in giving local military members, veterans, and their families a chance to see some hard-hitting Bruins hockey live at TD Garden in celebration of Military Appreciation Night, please contact Bruins Sales Representative, Tina Anderson at 617.624.1810 or email@example.com
Submit a Photo of Service Men & Women to be Shown In-game
Deadline: Friday, November 7 at 12PM
Upload your photos of service men and women showing their Bruins pride for the chance to be featured in an in-game video that will be shown during the Boston Bruins vs. New Jersey Devils game on Monday, November 10.
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Warm-Up Worn Camouflage Jersey Raffle & Auction
The Boston Bruins Foundation will be raffling and auctioning off autographed warm-up worn camouflaged jerseys, during the game.
Stop by Section 4 on the Level 4 concourse to bid or buy a raffle ticket, or following the game, visit bruinsraffles.org
All in-game fundraising from the 50/50 raffle and silent auction of the warm-up worn jerseys will benefit USO New England.
Members of the Military
If you are a member of the military and would like to receive tickets, follow these steps:
Military Discount at the ProShop powered by Reebok and Fan Zone stores
- Contact the USO New England at bostonseats@USO.org
- Include the following information and you will be added to the waiting list for tickets:
- Full name, branch of service, rank, pre/post-deployed status for reservists, and contact number
The ProShop powered by Reebok and the Fan Zone stores offer 10% off with a military ID at all times. In conjunction with Military Appreciation Night, all military will receive a 20% off discount at the ProShop powered by Reebok and all Fan Zone locations on the night of the game.
USO's Operation Little Elf
Bring a Gift Card to Donate to Soldiers & Military Families
Support USO's Operation Little Elf in order to lift the spirits of soldiers and their families this holiday season. To support this initiative on Military Appreciation Night, you can bring in a gift card (any amount between $5 and not to exceed $25) to be sent to troops serving overseas or to be given to local New England military families of deployed military this holiday season. For every $5 donation, you will receive a raffle tickets to win great Bruins items including a 2014-15 team signed stick, Torey Krug signed photo or a Brad Marchand singed puck. Don't have time to pick up a gift card? USO's Operation Little Elf will also be taking monetary donations.
Gift card and monetary donations will be collected at the East and West turnstiles prior to the game.
About the USO
The USO is a nonprofit, congressionally chartered, private organization, which relies on the generosity of individuals, organizations and corporations to support its activities. The USO New England is not part of the U.S. government, but is recognized by the Department of Defense, Congress and the President of the United States, who serves as Honorary Chairman of the USO.