|September 19, 2013 - Mike Modugno
Director of Public Relations and Broadcaster
Kalamazoo, MI- Fans of the television show Duck Dynasty rejoice! Mountain Man, one of the stars of TV’s biggest blockbuster show, will be coming to Wings Stadium on Friday, November 1st, as the Kalamazoo Wings host the Toledo Walleye at 7:30 p.m.
Mountain Man, who is a neighbor on the highly rated reality series, operates his own air-conditioning repair business and co-hosts a local radio talk show on KXKZ. The Duck Dynasty star will be signing autographs and meeting with fans from 6:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m. during the K-Wings game on November 1st.
Duck Dynasty is a reality television series on the A&E Network. It shows the lives of the Robertson family, who became wealthy from their family-operated business, Duck Commander. The Robertson’s have built a multi-million dollar sporting empire manufacturing duck calls in Monroe, Louisiana. They have earned a seat in homes across the country with their special brand of down-home practicality, southern charm and sharp sense of humor.
Individual-game tickets for this game, as well as the entire K-Wings 2013-14 season will go on-sale in early October.
Season and flexi-plan tickets for the upcoming 40th Anniversary season of K-Wings hockey are currently on sale at the K-Wings front office. Fans can purchase their tickets during regular business hours by calling a K-Wings Ticket Representative at (269) 743-6011.
The K-Wings 40th Anniversary season will commence on Saturday, October 19th at the Ford Center in Evansville, Indiana against the Evansville IceMen. Kalamazoo will begin the home portion of their schedule a week later. On Saturday, October 26th the K-Wings and IceMen will face-off at Wings Stadium for Kalamazoo’s home opener, during the 10th Annual Orange Ice Game. Fans are encouraged to dress in costumes and participate in Halloween festivities.
For more information regarding the Mountain Man attending the K-Wings game on November 1st, please contact Mike Modugno, director of public relations and broadcaster at (269) 226-0384.