The Malik Report
by George Malik on 09/23/13 at 11:16 AM ET
From the Red Wings' PR department:
RED WINGS AND ZETTERBERG LAUNCH 12TH ANNUAL SMOKE DETECTOR COLLECTION PRESENTED BY COMERICA
… In-Game Collections are Wednesday, Sept. 25, and Friday, Sept. 27, at JLA …
Detroit, MI… As part of the 12th Annual Smoke Detector Collection, the Detroit Red Wings and captain Henrik Zetterberg are asking fans to bring smoke detectors to Joe Louis Arena when the Wings face off against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday, Sept. 25, and again on Friday, Sept. 27, against the Toronto Maple Leafs. Those who do not bring smoke detectors may also make monetary donations.
Volunteers from local area fire departments and Comerica will be on hand to help with the collection of the detectors. All detectors collected will be given to low-income and elderly households throughout the state of Michigan. Fans who bring a smoke detector or make a monetary donation will be entered to win a post-game zamboni ride that day.
This is Zetterberg’s seventh year as spokesman for the Smoke Detector Collection. Zetterberg will personally match all smoke detector and monetary donations up to $15,000. Last year’s program distributed over 3,600 detectors, with the majority of those going to the Detroit, Saginaw and Flint areas.
The collection was originally created in 2001 by Brendan Shanahan to honor the memory of his father, who was a firefighter. Since the program’s inception, more than 23,000 detectors have been donated to fire departments throughout the state of Michigan.
Be the first to comment.
Add a Comment
Please limit embedded image or media size to 575 pixels wide.
Most Recent Blog Posts
About The Malik Report
The Malik Report is a destination for all things Red Wings-related. I offer biased, perhaps unprofessional-at-times and verbose coverage of my favorite team, their prospects and developmental affiliates. I've joined the Kukla's Korner family with five years of blogging under my belt, and I hope you'll find almost everything you need to follow your Red Wings at a place where all opinions are created equal and we're all friends, talking about hockey and the team we love to follow.