Albany FireWolves partner with community to combat COVID-19

By Josh Giles Writer Since arriving in the city of Albany, New York, the Albany FireWolves have not shied away from helping their new community. The team announced recently that they will be partnering with the city itself to combat COVID-19 in a fun way for fans. “The first 1,000 children between the ages of 12-15 years old who get a COVID-19 shot anywhere in Albany County will be eligible to receive a ticket to the FireWolves’ inaugural season home-opener, courtesy of the FireWolves Foundation,” the team announced, “Furthermore, anyone who receives a ticket certificate through this vaccination program will also receive a deeply discounted rate for any accompanying ticket purchase.” This is a big step in helping their community, and a milestone for their Pack Gives Back initiative, which…

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