Register now for OTAA's member appreciation night

Register now for OTAA’s member appreciation night

OTAA's member appreciation night will feature a game between the Columbus Blue Jackets and the Ottawa Senators on Thursday, March 14.

The OTAA is inviting Ohio tire dealers to a night of hockey to watch the Columbus Blue Jackets face off against the Ottawa Senators on Thursday, March 14 at 7 p.m. for its member appreciation night. The OTAA said it hopes the event will encourage camaraderie among fellow OTAA members. Registration is open now.

Tickets will be provided prior to the game and can be picked up at the southwest entrance located McConnell & Nationwide Blvd. OTAA staff will have a table near the elevator which provides access to the Scott’s Turf Terrace and tickets will be under the last name of the individual who registered and purchased them.

All attendees will receive a raffle ticket when they arrive and could win a unique fan experience at a Blue Jackets game. These experiences include:

  • Bench Warmers – This interactive experience gets four guests onto the Blue Jackets bench to watch pregame player warm-ups as the team gets ready for battle.
  • Player Tunnel – Twenty suite guests have the chance to line up in the player tunnel during an intermission. Guests are encouraged to give players high fives and fist bumps as they head back onto the ice for the second or third period.
  • Radio Booth Visit – Up to four guests get the chance to visit CBJ radio broadcasters Bob McElligott and Dylan Tyrer in the Blue Jackets radio booth and watch them call the game live. This happens during play and is a unique opportunity to see one of the best in the business.

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