10/31/2013 9:09 AM
The Springfield Falcons announced Thursday that the Wealth Technology Group, an association of financial service professionals headed by Gary Thomas, will be donating a $100 savings bond to a Falcons fan aged 12-and-under at each remaining home game this season.
Fans can enter to enter be selected as the Junior Saver of the Game and receive the savings bonds prior to each home game and through the first intermission at the F.L. Roberts Fan Relations Center in the MassMutual Center concourse. The winner will be chosen at random and will be announced on the video scoreboard during the second period of each contest.
The savings bonds are being donated by the Wealth Technology Group to help each recipient with his or her education.
Thomas is a lawyer and financial advisor who specializes in helping his clients implement strategies for consistent retirement income and asset protection. He has taught investors how to reduce their income taxes, diversify their portfolios and keep more of what they have. He is the founder of the Wealth Technology Group, which is composed of a team of advisors and professional staff presently serving over a thousand families in Massachusetts, Connecticut and throughout the United States. As Thomas is fond of saying, “It’s not what you make…it’s what you keep!”
For more information on the Wealth Technology Group, visit WealthTechnology.com. The Wealth Technology Group is located at 130 Southampton Road in Westfield.
The Falcons are back in action to host the Hartford Wolf Pack on back-to-back nights – Friday, November 1 and Saturday, November 2. Friday’s game will be preceded by the Falcon Cup – a Division III college hockey game between Western New England University and Westfield State University – at 3:30 p.m. Saturday’s contest features the Big Y box office discount, shaving five dollars off the box office price of all adult tickets when showing a Big Y card. The offer is available only at the MassMutual box office before 5:00 p.m. the day of the game. Fans are also encouraged to bring canned soup to the game, which will be donated to Friends of the Homeless. Both Friday and Saturday’s games begin at 7:00 p.m.