ROCKFORD, Ill. – The Rockford IceHogs are launching a new promotion, “Gals, Invite Your Guys,” for their home game Wednesday, March 20 against the Chicago Wolves at 7 p.m. at the BMO Harris Bank Center.
Fans can purchase a $15 upper endzone ticket and their first drink is on the IceHogs. Those who purchase an upper endzone ticket for the promotion will receive a complimentary drink ticket, which can be redeemed for a beer, soda or bottled water at concessions on the BMO concourse on March 20 (drink tickets can be picked up at the Ticket Services table during the game).
“Gals, Invite Your Guys” will also give fans the opportunity to watch the IceHogs up close and personal as the team takes the ice for the third period. During Wednesday’s game, fans can post a picture on themselves at the game on Twitter or Instagram using a special hashtag. The IceHogs will then select several winners who use the hashtag and invite them into the warmup tunnel during second intermission to watch the Hogs take the ice for the third period. The special hashtag will be revealed on the video board at the game on March 20.
The IceHogs and Wolves clash on Wednesday, March 20 for the penultimate Illinois Lottery Cup matchup of the 2018-19 season. The Lottery Cup standings are currently tied with Rockford and Chicago boasting five wins apiece, and Wednesday’s matchup will be a pivotal contest in determining this year’s winner.
March 20 is also a Wednesday Dog Days promotion, in which fans can bring their dogs to the BMO Harris Bank Center for just $2. Proceeds from Dog Days will benefit local animal shelters. Hot dogs will also be available for purchase from concessions for just $2.
Tickets for "Gals, Invite Your Guys" night are available online through THIS LINK.
For additional information, call the IceHogs front office at (815) 986-6465.
Next Home Game: March 16 vs. Cleveland | 6 p.m.
The Rockford IceHogs host Dino Night on March 16 at the BMO Harris Bank Center. The first 2,500 fans in attendance will receive a FREE bobblehead of Jane, the T-Rex, which is displayed in Rockford's own Burpee Museum of Natural History, courtesy of Register Star Media.