A TURTLE WAX PARTNERSHIP
Annually for the past three years, Turtle Wax has partnered with the Chicago Wolves to honor and support first responders and their families. For the past two years, the two iconic Chicagoland organizations have raised a total of $50,000 for the 100 Club of Chicago and contributed 4,000 tickets for first responders and their families to attend “First Responders Night.”
In 2018, Turtle Wax is once again partnering with the Chicago Wolves for this great cause. Find out how to get involved below:
GAME & EVENT INFORMATION
WHAT IT IS: The Chicago Wolves and Turtle Wax are teaming up to show their appreciation for Chicago-area first responders at First Responders Night, presented by Turtle Wax, April 15th.
WHEN IS IT: April 15th at Allstate Arena located just outside of Chicago
HOW TO BUY GAME TICKETS: To purchase tickets to these games, visit Ticketmaster.com or call 1-800-THE-WOLVES
RECAP: The Chicago Wolves wore specially designed First Responders jerseys, presented by Turtle Wax, during their home games on Jan. 20-21. The jerseys were auctioned and raffled with proceeds going to the 100 Club of Chicago, which helps families of fallen first responders.
Click here to donate directly to the 100 Club of Chicago.
ABOUT THE PARTNERSHIP
Both Turtle Wax and the Chicago Wolves have strong ties to supporting the first responders community. Turtle Wax co-chairmen Denis and Sondra Healy have lent their support to the 100 Club of Chicago for more than 30 years. The 100 Club of Chicago is a civilian organization that provides for the families of first responders who have lost their lives in the line of duty. Mr. Denis Healy currently serves as the organization's executive board vice president. Chicago sports icon and Chicago Wolves Senior Executive Vice President Wayne Messmer's tie to first responders dates back to a critical moment on April 9, 1994, when he was shot in the throat during an attempted robbery on Chicago's near west side. Bill Steiner and Henry Hugel of the Chicago Fire Department were first on the scene and Messmer credits them with saving his life.