Community Heroes Program announced
MEMPHIS, January 18, 2012 - — The Memphis Grizzlies and McDonald’s of the Mid-South are teaming up once again to recognize those who have touched the lives of others in the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. throughout the month of February as they celebrate Black History Month with their Community Heroes Program.
Grizzlies fans throughout the Mid-South are encouraged to nominate the people in their lives who help make a difference in our communities at grizzlies.com. Those selected will be recognized on the court during a Grizzlies home game during the month of February.
Nominations will be accepted by filling out our online form prior to February 18, 2012.
“We have been given the opportunity to honor the people who are doing great things for the community, thanks to our corporate partners at McDonald’s of the Mid-South,” said Greg Campbell, Grizzlies President of Business Operations. “We encourage people to go to grizzlies.com and nominate those who deserve to be recognized for their efforts.”
Fans who want to attend any of the Grizzlies games in February and celebrate Black History Month as they support heroes throughout our community can purchase tickets at all Ticketmaster outlets, by calling 1-800-4NBA-TIX, by visiting the FedExForum Box Office or by purchasing tickets online.