Cheer on UT at Rockets for the Cure!
Susan G. Komen Northwest Ohio and the University of Toledo invite you to take part in the ninth-annual Rockets For The Cure game at 2 p.m. on Saturday, January 28, 2017! The Rockets will take on Central Michigan.
Make sure to wear pink to show your support!
The goal of ‘Rockets for the Cure’ is to provide breast cancer education to the community, provide encouragement to the survivors fighting now and their families, celebrate the survivors that have won the fight, remember the ones that were less fortunate, and pack Savage Arena with Rocket Fans in pink.
HOW TO PURCHASE TICKETS
- WEB: UTRockets.com using promo code SGK
($1.50 ticket fee when ordering online)
- PHONE: 419.530.GOLD (4653)
($6 flat fee when ordering over the phone)
- IN-PERSON: UT Ticket Office in Savage Arena on UT’s Campus
(No fee when ordering at UT Ticket Office)
Parking is available in our general admission parking areas for $5. Please visit UTRockets.com for a game day parking map, parking details and a Savage Arena
HOW YOU CAN HELP
PINK Pledge: Toledo Rockets Head Coach Tricia Cullop has pledged to donate $25 for every Toledo free throw made and asks the Toledo community to do the same. To make your pledge, please contact the Athletic Marketing Office at 419-530-2482 or make your pledge at the game. All proceeds benefit the University of Toledo Dana Cancer Center and the NW Ohio Affiliate Susan G. Komen.
Silent Auction: From when the doors open up until the end of halftime, fans are encouraged to take part in the silent auction on the west concourse. All proceeds benefit the University of Toledo Dana Cancer Center, NW Ohio Affiliate Susan G. Komen and University of Toledo Center for Health and Successful Living.
Half-time Live Jersey Auction: The Rockets will be wearing pink uniforms for the game and you can have one! Join the Women’s Basketball Team for the live auction at half-time for your chance to purchase one of the jerseys worn during the game. All proceeds benefit the University of Toledo Dana Cancer Center and the Susan G. Komen Northwest Ohio.