Tucson Roadrunners Youth Jersey Giveaway!

Jersey Giveaway

TUCSON, Ariz. – The Tucson Roadrunners, proud American Hockey League affiliate of the Arizona Coyotes, announced today that OneAZ Credit Union will be the presenting partner of the Roadrunners Youth Jersey Giveaway Night on Saturday, February 22.



The first 1,000 kids ages 14 and under will receive a free Roadrunners youth jersey courtesy of OneAZ Credit Union, upon entry at Tucson Arena prior to the 7 p.m. puck drop against the Stockton Heat.

“We are very grateful to OneAZ Credit Union for partnering with us in this great evening,” said Roadrunners President Bob Hoffman.  “Our youth jersey giveaway has become one of our most successful promotions during our time here in Tucson and we are excited to have OneAZ Credit Union as a part of it this year.”

Youth Jersey Giveaway Night will also be another Kachina Saturday with the team taking the ice in their alternate black uniforms, new for the 2019-20 season.

Additionally, all fans are encouraged to save their game ticket from the evening, as if the Roadrunners win, all fans will be able to take advantage of a buy one, get one ticket free offer for the team’s home game on Wednesday, February 26.

About OneAZ Credit Union

OneAZ Credit Union has been partnering with Arizonans to provide a full suite of personal and business financial services since 1951. They help their members set and achieve their financial goals by providing tailored products and expert advice. As a member-owned credit union, OneAZ reinvests profits into members and the community.

OneAZ supports the community through several initiatives, like Community Impact Grants for local nonprofits. They also invest in local businesses that keep money recirculating in the Arizona economy. With 21 branches across the state, including three in the Tucson area, OneAZ is ready to help you achieve your financial goals, whether you’re looking to buy a home, start a business or save for your future.

On The Ice

The Roadrunners remain in first place in the American Hockey League’s Pacific Division with 28 wins in 42 games.

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