Everett vs. Seattle Hockey Game Friday to Feature Denver Bronco Car Smash

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Bronco basher

This car will be in front of Comcast Area for fans to smash.
Photo courtesy Jason Brock. Work done by Ryan Brock
Car donated by Mary’s towing
Paint donated by Everett Lowes
Vinyl stickers provided by Sign-A_Rama in Everett

As part of the annual law enforcement and firefighter appreciation night at Comcast Arena at Everett, the Everett Firefighters will be hosting a Denver Bronco Car Smash. Here’s a rundown of all the events Friday night…

The Everett Silvertips will host Local Heroes Appreciation Night this Friday, January 31, 2014 at 7:35 p.m.  Snohomish County first responders and the Everett Silvertips invite the public to attend the highly anticipated home game versus the Seattle Thunderbirds.

Events for the evening include:

  • Denver Bronco Car Smash, hosted by Everett Fire (by the fountain on Hewitt and Lombard Aves.) prior to the game
  • Display of law enforcement agency motor units along the concourse prior to the game
  • Escort of Silvertips mascot, Lincoln, on the ice by police and fire vehicles
  • Presentation of the colors by combined honor guard units from SCSO, Everett PD, Everett FD, and Snohomish County Pipes and Drums
  • Puck drop by Everett PD Chief Kathy Atwood and Snohomish County SO Sheriff Ty Trenary
  • “Broom Ball” game between law enforcement and fire during first intermission
  • Performance by the Snohomish County Pipes and Drums
  • “Local Heroes Night” merchandise, including commemorative pucks, shirts and sweatshirts, and signed player jerseys

This season’s event is the first year in which both agencies from law enforcement and fire departments will combine forces to raise money for the Snohomish County Law Enforcement Memorial Fund (SCLEMF) and the Snohomish County Firefighters Pipes and Drums (SCFFPD).

Special group rate tickets are available for $15 (upper level) and $20 (lower level) seats. $5 of each ticket sold will be donated to the charity funds.  Tickets can be purchased at www.EverettSilvertips.com/LHN

The SCLEMF’s sole purpose is to provide immediate financial assistance to the surviving spouse and children of any officer in Snohomish County killed in the line of duty. The SCFFPD was established to promote brotherhood, increase the camaraderie of all members and respect those who gave the ultimate sacrifice. SCFFPD performs at memorials, weddings, parades and other events around the community.


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