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Home Builders Foundation’s Ninth Annual Pucks for Possibilities Event

Mark your calendars for this hockey-filled philanthropic event



Hockey fans, philanthropists, and home builders alike will join together as unlikely allies at The Home Builders Foundation's ninth annual Pucks for Possibilities event on February 27th. The fundraising event, presented by Builders FirstSource, will take place at Denver’s Pepsi Center, where participating builders and associates will lace up their skates to face off on the ice at the Exhibition Game.

Following the game, all attendees are welcomed to Brooklyn’s bar for networking and libations as well as appetizers while connecting with industry partners. The night concludes back at the Pepsi Center to watch the Colorado Avalanche go up against the Vancouver Canucks.

The proceeds from buying a ticket will go toward raising money for residents in Colorado that need comfortability and accessibility in their homes, but don’t always have the resources to attain them. HBF helps support these services, whether it’s a ramp for a wheelchair or a chair lift up a staircase.

DETAILS

DATE: Wednesday, February 27, 2019

TIME: Builders v. Associates Exhibition Game 4 to 5pm, Networking Reception 5 to 7:15pm, Colorado Avalanche Hockey Game 7:30pm –  on

PLACE: Pepsi Center and Brooklyn’s Bar

TICKETS: Individual tickets are $85.00 for all three events OR are $55.00 for just the Exhibition Game & Brooklyn’s Bar networking. For more information on 10-pack tickets, visit https://crm.hbfdenver.org/civicrm/event/register?reset=1&id=124

 

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