February 21, 2020
One of the most anticipated nights of the year is just over a week away! Fluor Golf for Greenville presents Military Appreciation Night on Friday, February 21. Join us as we celebrate our armed forces and wear specialty jerseys to be auctioned off after the game.
Proceeds from the jersey auction will go to Fluor’s Golf for Greenville event, which will take place on April 27 and will benefit a wealth of organizations throughout the Upstate.
Saturday, February 22
The ECHL has partnered with Nickelodeon this season, and we’re bringing back the extremely popular Nickelodeon Night on Saturday, February 22, but this year, it’s even bigger than ever! The night is presented by our friends at Earth FM.
PAW Patrol is the theme of the night, and the specialty jerseys the team will wear that night will be auctioned off after the game.
It’s also the PAW-fect night to bring your furry friend to the game with the return of Pucks N Paws Night for the second time this season. Your furry friend gets in free with a paid ticket.
Shake off the ruff week and herd the family to the Swamp Rabbits game with a Family 4 Pack—four tickets, four hot dogs, four chips and four small sodas start at just $76. Get yours by clicking here, or call the PUCK line at 864.674.PUCK!
Dress as your favorite Nickelodeon characters and watch with your canine companion as police and firefighters battle it out on center ice during intermission! Doors open at 6:30 p.m. with puck drop at 7:35 p.m.
Learn more at https://www.swamprabbits.com
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