The 16th Annual Tradition November 28, 2017 | 6:00 PM
Honoring Martina Navratilova, Dave Cowens, Willie McGinest, Rick Middleton, Jason Varitek & Chris Berman
Boston, MA (October 6, 2017) - The Sports Museum is proud to announce its 16th annual fundraising gala, The Tradition, will honor Martina Navratilova (Tennis Champion), Dave Cowens (Boston Celtics), Willie McGinest (New England Patriots), Rick Middleton (Boston Bruins), Jason Varitek (Boston Red Sox), and Chris Berman (Sportscaster)! Presenters for each honoree will be announced in the coming weeks.
Ticketed guests will be treated to a cocktail reception and a ‘talk-show’ style presentation on Tuesday, November 28 at 6:00 PM on the arena floor at TD Garden. Tickets for this unique fundraiser benefiting The Sports Museum are on sale now at HERE.
Tickets for The Tradition are $300. To purchase tickets, explore sponsorship opportunities and view more information about ‘The Tradition’, please visit www.sportsmuseum.org or contact Ashley Walenta, Development Manager at The Sports Museum, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (617) 624-1231. All net proceeds benefit The Sports Museum.
A ticket to this event not only provides financial support for one of the longest running sports museums in the country and their educational programs, but also offers a once in a lifetime experience to mingle with some of New England’s most legendary athletes and industry leaders. Each ticket includes access to complimentary premium food and beverage during the gala reception on TD Garden’s arena floor and a seat at the ‘talk-show’ style awards ceremony. During the ceremony, honorees share career highlights and anecdotal stories that give fans a glimpse into the lives of these living legends.
The presenting sponsor of The Tradition is New Balance Athletics, Inc. in association with NESN and the TD Garden.
About The Sports Museum
The Sports Museum is a non-profit educational institution that has served Boston and New England for the past 40 years. Founded in 1977 and housed on Levels 5 & 6 of the TD Garden, The Sports Museum features a half-mile of exhibits celebrating the history and character of Boston sports. The Sports Museum also represent the very best in community outreach. Through its educational programs Boston vs. Bullies (www.bostonvsbullies.org) and Stand Strong, The Sports Museum leads the way in using the power of sports to help kids build character and prevent and stop bullying. All told, more than 25,000 upper elementary and middle school students each year experience a character building Sports Museum educational program