Kings Welcome 25th Million Visitor
Fan gets season tickets as part of thank you package
LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Kings tonight welcomed their 25th Million Visitor to a home game, the club announced.
A surprised Dustin Kramer of Torrance walked through the STAPLES Center turn-styles at approximately 6:45 p.m. The 21-year-old received the following:
• Complimentary season tickets for the remainder of the 2013 regular season
• Immediate seat upgrade to Section 102 / row 2 near the glass for tonight
• Zamboni ride tonight
• Kings jersey autographed by Luc Robitaille and other signed merchandise
• $500 Team LA gift card
• An introduction during the game to the crowd
Entering tonight, the Kings were 13,359 fans away from the 25 million total. That total includes regular season contests in Los Angeles plus home playoff games. It does not include neutral site or games played in Europe in which the Kings were the designated “home team.”
For video of the moment, and reaction from the fan, visit LAKings.com/kingsvision later tonight.
Entering tonight the Kings had sold out 27 straight regular season games (Dec. 3, 2011 to present) and 56 of their last 58 regular season games (Jan. 15, 2011 to present).
The Kings host the Canucks tonight at STAPLES Center at 7:30 p.m. All fans in attendance will receive a Replica Championship Ring presented by FOX Sports West.
The game will be broadcast on FOX Sports West and on KTLK AM 1150.