Springfield, Mass. – The Springfield Falcons and Pride Stores have partnered for the second annual Pump For Pride on Wednesday, Oct. 22.
Falcons players will be at the Pride location on 618 N. Main St. in Longmeadow pumping gas for fans from 5 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. Players will also be available for autographs and photographs. All tips raised by the players will be donated to the Springfield Falcons Charitable Foundation in support of the Greater-Springfield community.
Pride is a locally owned, independent chain of fuel stations and markets that is committed to our Western Mass community. In addition to low fuel prices and friendly service, Pride has become known as a destination for coffee, breakfast & lunch. The latest Pride Stores also include beer and wine, full delis and café/bakeries.
The Springfield Falcons Charitable Foundation serves as the philanthropic arm of the Springfield Falcons Hockey Club. The mission of the foundation is to enrich the lives of children and families throughout Greater Springfield by promoting awareness of education, exercise and health. The Springfield Falcons Charitable Foundation is committed to bettering the quality of life in the community where we live and work through the contribution of resources and acts of volunteerism.
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