"Pancakes With Penner" On Feb. 13
Kings Care Foundation And Forward Dustin Penner To Host Special Pancake Event At IHOP On February 13
“Pancakes with Penner” will give 75 lucky fans and a guest the opportunity to join him for a buffet breakfast complete with pancakes, bacon and eggs, and a glass of orange juice or IHOP’s Never Empty Coffee Pot® at the Westchester IHOP, located at 8600 S. Sepulveda Boulevard in Los Angeles, on Monday, February 13, from 8-10 a.m.
Penner was hit with back spasms as he sat down to enjoy a pancake breakfast at home in early January. The incident was widely publicized and, as a result, the family-friendly restaurant chain stepped up and agreed to host “Pancakes with Penner” to benefit the Kings Care Foundation.
“We are happy to support Dustin Penner and the Kings Care Foundation with ‘Pancakes for Penner,’” said Natalia Franco, IHOP’s senior vice president, marketing. “The Kings are incredibly involved in the community and their efforts help a lot of meaningful organizations in the Los Angeles area. All of us at IHOP are also devoted to giving back to the communities in which we operate.”
Fans can purchase different levels of opportunity prize packs with the chance to have “Pancakes with Penner” at lakings.com/pancakes. A $10 package includes a Dustin Penner signed player card and one chance to win tickets to the pancake breakfast; a $25 package includes a Dustin Penner signed player card, two pairs of LA Kings eye black and three chances to win tickets to the pancake breakfast; and a $50 package includes a Dustin Penner signed player card, two pairs of LA Kings eye black, a Hockey Fights Cancer LA Kings hockey glove key chain and seven chances to win tickets to the pancake breakfast. All proceeds will benefit the Kings Care Foundation, which provides educational and recreational opportunities to kids throughout the Los Angeles area.
For more information, complete rules and to purchase a chance to have “Pancakes with Penner,” please visit lakings.com/pancakes. The opportunity drawing is sponsored solely by the LA Kings; IHOP only serves as the host for “Pancakes with Penner.”