New York Mets and National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund Team Up to Honor Law Enforcement
New York Mets v. Miami Marlins, Citi Field, 7:10 pm, August 7
New York, NY—The New York Mets are set to host Law Enforcement Appreciation Night on August 7, 2012, as the Mets take to Citi field to do battle against division rivals, the Miami Marlins. New York City has seen their law enforcement heroes called to action in every situation imaginable and has had to say goodbye to too many. The New York Mets recognize the sacrifices made by law enforcement and their families, and want to show their appreciation by honoring fallen heroes, and saying thank you to former and current law enforcement personnel during the game.
The Mets are offering special Law Enforcement Appreciation Night ticket packages for law enforcement officers, their families, and all supporters. A portion of proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the Memorial Fund.
- Pepsi Porch: $35.00 (includes commemorative challenge coin and $6 donation to the Memorial Fund)
- Left Field Reserved: $40.00 (includes commemorative challenge coin and $7 donation to the Memorial Fund)
- Have your organization recognized on the scoreboard (groups of 25 or more)
"We are proud to partner with the New York Mets once again," said Craig W. Floyd, Chairman and CEO of the Memorial Fund. “Coming together at Citi Field for food, fun, and baseball in honor of our nation’s law enforcement officers is sure to be a great evening—and a great way to raise awareness and funds for the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund."
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About the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund
Founded in 1984, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund is a private non-profit [501(c)(3)] organization dedicated to honoring the service and sacrifice of America's law enforcement officers and to promoting officer safety. The Memorial Fund maintains the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, DC, which contains the names of 19,660 officers who have died in the line of duty throughout U.S. history. The Memorial Fund is now working to create the first-ever National Law Enforcement Museum, which will tell the story of American law enforcement through high-tech, interactive exhibits, collections, research, and education. For more information, visit www.LawMemorial.org.