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Red Wings to hold ‘District Detroit Night’ on January 14th vs. Pittsburgh

From PR Newswire:

Detroit Red Wings and Olympia Development Team Up to Host The District Detroit Night at Joe Louis Arena on January 14

-Detroit Red Wings game night will feature exclusive promotional items, videos and news about The District Detroit, one of the largest sports and entertainment developments in the country

-First 7,500 fans at the game will receive limited-edition Red Wings/The District Detroit hats

-Little Caesars Arena, future home of the Red Wings, the Detroit Pistons and more is on pace to open in September 2017 as the centerpiece of The District Detroit

DETROIT, Jan. 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The Detroit Red Wings and Olympia Development of Michigan are teaming up to host The District Detroit Night at Joe Louis Arena on January 14, 2017. Fans at the game will enjoy a classic NHL matchup between the Red Wings and the Pittsburgh Penguins, promotional giveaways, videos and updates on The District Detroit development including Little Caesars Arena, the Red Wings' future home. The special promotional night will continue to build fan excitement about The District Detroit and help commemorate the Farewell Season at The Joe. The first 7,500 fans at the game will receive limited-edition Red Wings/The District Detroit hats. Tickets are available by visiting http://DetroitRedWings.com or by calling 313.471.7575.

Olympia Development of Michigan is the Ilitch company leading the development of The District Detroit – a 50-block, mixed-use sports and entertainment development – one of the largest of its kind in the country. The District Detroit features world-class sports and entertainment venues such as Comerica Park, Ford Field, Fox Theatre, the Fillmore and Little Caesars Arena and is developing new restaurants, shops, offices and residential that will connect Midtown to Downtown Detroit in one vibrant, walkable area. This unique, $1.2 billion develop ment includes six theaters, five neighborhoods, and three professional sports venues. The District Detroit unites the Detroit Tigers, Red Wings, Pistons and Lions within four blocks of each other – making it home to the greatest density of professional sports teams in the country.

"Our fans are the best in the league and deserve the very best experience when they come to a game or a show," said Tom Wilson, president and CEO of Olympia Entertainment. "We look forward to giving them this chance to get a first-hand look into what's planned for The District Detroit and everything they have to look forward to – new places to live, work and play coming online around our new home at Little Caesars Arena and beyond. It's making an amazing destination even more exciting, and we're thrilled to welcome our fans to the new arena and The District Detroit next season."

The Farewell Season at The Joe will continue through 2017 in celebration of the arena's 38 years in Detroit as the home of the Detroit Red Wings. The Detroit Red Wings and the Detroit Pistons will play in the state-of-the-art Little Caesars Arena beginning the 2017-18 NHL hockey and NBA basketball seasons.  Little Caesars Arena will include exciting new restaurants, shops, bars and offices.

Olympia Development of Michigan's commitment to Michigan Made, Detroit Built has resulted in nearly $350 million in contract awards to Detroit-based businesses, more than 60 percent of all contracts awarded, and more than $530 million in contract awards to Michigan businesses, representing more than 93 percent of all contract awards. Data from the University of Michigan demonstrates that The District Detroit will account for an economic impact of more than $2 billion and create 12,500 construction and construction-related jobs and 1,100 permanent jobs.

Visit http://www.DistrictDetroit.com to learn more or follow The District Detroit on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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