THREE RIVERS, MI— The Kalamazoo Wings have been honored as recipients of a 2017 Brick Award from the Three Rivers Area Chamber of Commerce for their continued investment in Wings Event Center and the community, the team announced Friday.
Over the course of the last seven years, the Wings have invested over $10 million in the facilities, including a complete ice overhaul, new locker room, digital marquee, re-paved parking lots, and much more.
“We have such dedicated ownership who want to make this building a go-to destination for the entire Southwest Michigan region,” K-Wings director of business operations Toni Daniels said. “Their investment is experienced by every fan, player, and employee who enters this building.”
“Our goal has been to update the building to be on the cutting edge of fan experience, while maintaining its integrity, which has so much history within its walls,” Daniels added.
The tribute, signed by State Senator John Proos of the 21st District, State Representative Aaron Miller of the 59th District, and Congressman Fred Upton of the 6th District, notes that the “efforts (of the Kalamazoo Wings) help make Southwest Michigan a great place to live, work and play.”
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Wings Event Center, owned and operated by Greenleaf Hospitality Group, is home to the Kalamazoo Wings professional hockey team and a full entertainment venue offering concerts, sporting events, family shows and trade shows. Built in 1974, Wings Event Center values partnerships with the community to bring events and attractions that enrich the lives of residents in the Kalamazoo area.