The Buffalo Sabres on Tuesday announced the team will partner with Coca-Cola and Delaware North to raise funds for Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center at the Sabres’ games on March 4 vs. the Edmonton Oilers, March 14 vs. the Pittsburgh Penguins, and March 31 vs. the Columbus Blue Jackets.
“Together with our partners at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center and Coca-Cola, our organization is proud to announce this new initiative to aid the fight against cancer,” said Rich Jureller, Sabres vice president of community relations. “Our growing partnership is constantly creating additional awareness and furthering the goal of bringing our community closer to a world without cancer.”
A portion of proceeds from all merchandise and ticket sales, as well as Coca-Cola product sales, at each of the three games will directly benefit Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center. A discounted three-game ticket package will be offered for fans wishing to attend all three games with 100 Level II tickets available for a total of $229, and 300 Level II tickets available for $129. Tickets can be purchased by visiting Sabres.com/Tickets.
About Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center
Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center is a community united by the drive to eliminate cancer’s grip on humanity by unlocking its secrets through personalized approaches and unleashing the healing power of hope. Founded by Dr. Roswell Park in 1898, it is the only National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center in upstate New York. Learn more at RoswellPark.org, call 1-800-ROSWELL (1-800-767-9355) or email [email protected].