We hope this finds both you and your family healthy and doing well. We’ve been busy throughout the pandemic renovating our facility to improve your experience at the Dort Financial Center and the upgrades look incredible!
Part of our renovations includes replacing the seating at the Center. For a limited time, we are offering Flint Firebirds fans the opportunity to own a piece of Flint Hockey history and secure a collectable, upper bowl stadium seat for $25-$50 based on style. A limited number of seats are available and will be distributed on a first-come-first-serve basis.
For additional details or to schedule a pick-up time, please email Dort Financial Center General Manager and Flint Firebirds Team President Jeremy Torrey at email@example.com.
2020-21 Firebirds season ticket holders and sponsors will receive their seats complimentary as a gift for their continued support. All you need to secure your commemorative seat is a deposit for your ’20-’21 Firebirds season ticket, one complimentary seat per season ticket.
If you have not yet renewed your seat for the upcoming season, you can do so by contacting Flint Firebirds Director of Ticketing Mary Nagy by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (810) 875-6071.
We’re very excited about all of the renovations taking place at the Dort Financial Center and can’t wait for you to see it.
We miss you Firebirds Nation!
– The Flint Firebirds Hockey Club
About The Flint Firebirds: The Flint Firebirds are a proud member of the prestigious 20-team Ontario Hockey League. The OHL is one of three leagues that constitute the 60-team Canadian Hockey League (CHL), which is known as the world’s premiere player development league for the NHL. On NHL opening day rosters in October, 70% of NHL players were CHL alums. Since the Firebirds’ inception in Flint, Michigan five seasons ago, the team has produced 19 NHL signed or drafted players. More than 250 scouts representing all 31 NHL clubs attended a Firebirds game in Flint throughout the 2019-20 season. The Firebirds average nearly 3,000 fans per game at the newly renovated Dort Financial Center, reaching over 100,000 fans each OHL season.