Komets game to celebrate Wabash County April 8

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21 Mar 2022

Wabash County, IN  – Wabash County will be the MVP at the Fort Wayne Komets game on Friday, April 8 during Wabash County Night.

As one of the Komets’ dedicated “community nights,” hockey fans are encouraged to show up and celebrate not only the Komets as they take on the Toledo Walleye, but Wabash County and all of the great things happening in the community. 

“Komets Night is always a great time for Wabash County to come out and enjoy some hockey while also supporting their community,” Keith Gillenwater, president and CEO of Grow Wabash County, said. “It’s a great way to show the rest of northeast Indiana the great things happening in Wabash County.”

The game will feature the vocal talents of Mackenzie Sheridan, a Wabash native and vocal performance major at Manchester University, singing the National Anthem. Other events throughout the evening will celebrate the people and businesses of Wabash County, including Zamboni rides, the air siren to pump up the crowd, and more!

Wabash County Night at the Komets will be on Friday, April 8, at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum, 4000 Parnell Avenue, Fort Wayne. Game time is 8 p.m.

In addition to being in the spotlight during the game, Wabash County businesses and community members can get into the game for a reduced price. While supplies last, tickets can be bought for $17 per ticket at www.fevo.me/wabashnight or by contacting Mitch Meinholz at mitch@komets.com or by calling 260-482-6812. 

Wabash County businesses who want to rent out booth space for game day can do so by contacting Meinholz, at mitch@komets.com

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