TORNADO RELIEF ONLINE AUCTION CONTINUES
FALCONS CONTINUE ONLINE JERSEY AUCTION FOR TORNADO RELIEF
Springfield, MA – The Springfield Falcons, proud members of the American Hockey League, announced today they have started the third phase of their online jersey auction to help benefit the Pioneer Valley Chapter of the Red Cross and aid with tornado relief throughout Western MA. Currently, there are 10 more jerseys available for bid including autographed Ryan Getzlaf, Shane Doan, Derek Roy and Duncan Keith jerseys.
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This is the third and final phase of the Falcons' online jersey auction benefitting tornado relief. A final total amount of monies raised will be announced at the conclusion of the online jersey auction.
On June 3, the Falcons made a $2,500 donation to the Pioneer Valley Chapter of the Red Cross to assist those people affected by the tornado that hit Western Massachusetts on June 1. Falcons’ majority owner, Charlie Pompea, also made a personal donation of $5,000 to the Pioneer Valley Chapter of the Red Cross to benefit tornado relief efforts.
On June 4, the Falcons set up a drop off area in front of their offices on Falcons Way, allowing individuals to make donations of clothing, blankets or cash to benefit multiple agencies in the tornado relief efforts. Individuals who made a donation at the Falcons’ drop off area received a ticket voucher good for any Sunday home game during the 2011-12 Falcons’ season. The Falcons also collected another $1,250 for the Red Cross on June 4.