The Kitchener Rangers and Assistant Coach Mike McKenzie are pleased to present the Rangers V.I.P program for the 2013-14 season. The program was launched by McKenzie to provide local youth facing extraordinary challenges the chance to experience a Kitchener Rangers home game.
“I think the Ranger V.I.P. program is a great opportunity for kids who don’t normally have the opportunity to attend a Rangers game and receive V.I.P. treatment that will make it a special and fun day for them,“ explains McKenzie.
“I believe a lot of people take attending a hockey game for granted, in reality there are many kids who would love to attend a game that do not have the means to do so.”
Local youths participating in Kitchener Minor Hockey Association and Family and Children’s Services of Waterloo Region programming will have the opportunity to join the Rangers at a home game and take in the action from Coach McKenzie’s seats. After the game, our guests enjoy a private dressing room tour hosted by McKenzie where they can meet players and get autographs. They also go home with a special Rangers gift pack.
“It will not only be a great opportunity to attend the game but also to meet the players. Many kids look up to these guys as role models and hopefully meeting them up close can inspire them to pursue their dreams no matter what challenges stand in their way, ” said McKenzie.
For more information, contact:
Community Relations Manager, Kitchener Rangers Hockey Club
519.576.3700 x. 234