SIOUX CITY, IA—The Musketeers, along with Floyd Valley Healthcare, are announcing a new partnership and promotion for the upcoming season named the “Floyd Valley Hot Shots.”
Throughout the season, there will be six “Hot Shots” selected by Floyd Valley Healthcare. The child selected will receive tickets to the game, a commemorative Musketeer jersey, Musketeer memorabilia, an opportunity to meet the team and coaches as well as a special mention before the start of the game.
The program was created with the goal of honoring FV pediatric patients and sharing their stories, as well as educating the public on the health issues affecting the youth in our community.
Floyd Valley Administrator Mike Donlin is looking forward for the opportunity to give the children in their care a very special memory. “Floyd Valley’s teams of caregivers are especially devoted to the children who come to us. We like to make them feel special. This partnership with the Musketeers will certainly help those kids, and their families feel EXTRA special, so Floyd Valley Healthcare is very pleased to help make the Hot Shot program come to life.”
Musketeer President Rich Zaber is also very pleased about the new partnership “We’re excited to partner with Floyd Valley Healthcare for the Hot Shots program. We Look Forward to bringing an awareness of different pediatric health issues while giving the chosen participants a first-class Musketeers experience.”
Nominations for the inaugural 2018 Floyd Valley Hot Shots are now open. Nominees must be between the ages of 6-17 years old and only parents or legal guardians may nominate their child. Applications can be found on FloydValley.org and are due no later than September 30th. The “Hot Shots” will be announced in October ahead of the home opener.
The Musketeers and Floyd Valley Healthcare are excited to be able to give children a chance to have a fun time with their family, cheer on the team and just enjoy being a kid again for a night. For more information, you can contact Ann Cole-Nelson, Floyd Valley Community Relations Manager at (712)546-3495 or just visit FloydValley.org.