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The Bridgeport Sound Tigers are teaming up with Guardian Pet Food Co. and the Connecticut Humane Society to assist local pets in need and give Sound Tigers fans something extra to cheer for during home games.
Beginning this Saturday, Guardian will generously donate $100 for every second-period goal the Sound Tigers score at Webster Bank Arena. These donations will go directly to the Connecticut Humane Society to provide critical support to rescue pets from suffering, cruelty and neglect. The second period has been the strongest frame for the team this season, scoring more goals in the middle 20 minutes than the other two periods.
“There’s been a dog by my side for the majority of my life and I think this is a unique, but important opportunity to positively affect animals in need,” Sound Tigers captain Kyle Burroughs said. “The medical attention that a lot of pets need is sometimes overlooked, but I’m very excited to help make a difference through hockey. Definitely a chance to win some games and help a great cause in the process.”
Guardian is also offering all Sound Tigers fans 15% off online orders for the remainder of the 2019-20 season. The discount code is SoundTigers15.
“With so many pets requiring extensive medical treatment when they arrive at the Connecticut Humane Society (CHS), we’re very grateful for the cash donations that Guardian Food Co. will make for the pets’ care,” CHS Development Manager Priscilla Clark said. “It’s also great to see an organization like the Sound Tigers get involved and promote awareness of pets in need.”
About Guardian Pet Food Company
Guardian focuses on putting pets before profit, and creates pet food and treats for active dogs and owners on the go. Their mission is to provide the most nutrient dense pet food with the highest digestibility in a convenient bar for pet owners who are constantly on the move. Guardian’s pets deserve the highest quality nutrition with knowledge that the best nutrients come from nature’s ingredients.
About the Connecticut Humane Society
In 1881, Gertrude O. Lewis wanted to help local animals and founded the Connecticut Humane Society (CHS). It’s become the oldest and most comprehensive animal welfare organization in the state, serving more than 10,000 pets every year. As an independent nonprofit organization, CHS does not receive any funding from the government and is not associated with any national animal welfare groups. The pets rely solely on the generosity and support of donors and volunteers.
Next Time Out: The Sound Tigers finish their season-long, five-game road trip tomorrow with a 7:05 p.m. matchup against the Springfield Thunderbirds at MassMutual Center. Fans can follow all of the live action via the Sound Tigers Radio Network and AHLTV, beginning with the pre-game show at 6:45 p.m.
About the Bridgeport Sound Tigers
Founded in 2001, the Bridgeport Sound Tigers Hock3
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