How would you like to go to a Komets game for free this week? All you need to do is make a canned or nonperishable food donation.
This week, Ivy Tech Northeast is partnering with area businesses for Bus Stuff, a community project to collect food for Community Harvest Food Bank. Just for donating, you’ll receive two free Komets tickets to a game this week (while tickets last). Games are
- 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, which is Deuces Wild Night (that means beer and pop are $2)
- 7:30 p.m. Saturday
- 5 p.m. Sunday
The collection bucket is in the marketing office, room CC1440 on Coliseum Campus. Stop in to drop off your food, and pick up your tickets from Jaclyn Garver (that’s me!) or Dane Hawley (both of our offices are inside CC1440).
We’ll take any nonperishable food, but please note: Community Harvest REEEEEALLY wants canned protein. Think peanut butter, salmon, tuna, chicken, spam, and the like. The food bank will also accept monetary donations online. If you donate online, be sure to print out your PayPal receipt to show to receive your Komets tickets.
Bus Stuff runs from March 20 to 26.